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  • This project provides an opportunity to contextualize climate change issues among the pastoralists community to identify key pastoralists issues to inform policy and messages for policy advocacyThe overall objective of this project is to engage the pastoralists sector in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania as the key actors and partners in the efforts to combat climate change and enhance food security through increased advocacy and policy coherence responses.Specific objectives are:-  To strengthen the capacity of Pastoralists organizations to engage in climate change processes at national and regional levels  To build strong linkages and partnerships between Pastoralist organizations and other climate change Civil Society lobby groups at national, regional and international levels Partners: Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa [ ....... ]
  • This project seeks to scale-up existing Civil Society capacities to advocate for ambitious proposals, bring on-the-ground expertise to the table, help embed Green Climate Fund(GCF)-funded activities in a broader societal support for transformation and increase accountability of national authorities underscoring the reality that Civil Society engagement is key to achieve the intended paradigm shift towards low-emissions and climate-resilient economies and societies (GCF funding mandate) which the GCF aims at.It is implemented in Malawi, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, and Morocco. The project is implemented through a consortium with GermanWatch and CARE Germany leading the process.Visit Site [ ....... ]
  • Vulnerable communities in three drought-affected semi-arid counties (Embu, Tharaka Nithi and Kitui) are more resilient to the impact of shocks and stresses related to climate changeOutcome   Vulnerable households in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved levels of economic security Vulnerable households in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved levels of food security    Vulnerable communities in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved capacity to protect and manage natural resources in a climate sensitive manner Vulnerable communities in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved capacity to plan for, respond to and cope with shocks and stresses related to climate change Key Links:Trocaire UK Aid [ ....... ]
  • This project aims to strengthen African civil society engagement in implementation of Paris Agreement through enhancing the capacity of national platforms, and particularly the 8 priority Chapters, to engage their governments in the implementation of Paris Agreement and SDGs. It will also facilitate selected national chapters to participate and contribute to sub-regional, regional and international climate change dialogue processes with a view to holding governments to account on their commitment to NDCs and other provisions of Paris Agreement as well as strengthen the governance structure of PACJA and national chapters to effectively deliver their mandate. It also seeks to broaden citizen awareness on the Paris Agreement through robust media engagement.SIDA website [ ....... ]
  • This V4CP project is designed and implemented under the premise that appropriate policies are a key component of stabilising the livelihoods of pastoral systems especially those that are geared towards adapting to a changing climate. Policies should be well formulated and adaptive to the needs of pastoral communities, incorporating indigenous knowledge and recognising the role of customary institutions. Supporting these is therefore paramount for to achieve the ambition of the project. The long-term goal of the V4CP project under the theme of resilience is to achieve climate-resilient pastoralists’ communities with strengthened voice and participation in climate change policy-making processes in Kenya. This goal will be attained through the realization of enactment and implementation of inclusive legal frameworks and integration of pastoralists’ representatives in structures and processes of climate change decision-making. With PACJA’s vast experience and existing space as a credible CSO voice on climate change matters in Africa and particularly Kenya, and particularly in Kenya, PACJA understands and acknowledges the need for establishment of an institutionalized process for pastoralist organizations’. The project goal is to increase pastoralist resilience to climate change by enhancing their voice in climate change policy formulation and implementation in Kenya. OBJECTIVES To enhance capacity of V4CP [ ....... ]

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