The AAP’s First Quarterly Report for 2012 has now been published. It details the programmatic achievements that the AAP made over the course of the first quarter and outlines the overall progress of the programme.
The Knowledge Management Needs Survey Report is a broad, research-driven assessment of what AAP countries’ knowledge needs are. The report has been produced in order to help these countries capture, share and capitalise on the wealth of climate- and development-related knowledge available.
The Knowledge Management Needs Survey Report will help countries capture, share and capitalise on their adaptation experiences
By Annelies Hickendorff
The AAP regional office was pleasedto release the Knowledge Management Needs Survey Report in May, a broad, research-driven assessment of what AAP countries’ knowledge needs are. The report was produced in order to help these...
This is the monthly collection of climate change articles in regard to Africa . It is compiled by the Media Capacity Building Unit of the AAP that is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. The document extensive and is colour coded according to the AAP four country clusters and overall African news.
The CCNA is a comprehensive document that includes all news article the Media Capacity Unit...
This is the bi-monthly summary of the climate change related articles and stories that are featured in the media in Africa. It is compiled by the Media Capacity Building Unit of the AAP that is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya.
The document is divided into three sections:
- News articles and stories filed about AAP and by AAP trained journalists
The Kenyan component of the African Adaptation Programme (AAP) set out to put in place an adaptation framework to provide a practical response strategy to climate variability. To achieve this, a dynamic, quantitative and transparent planning tool called Threshold 21 (T21) model has been developed. This is uniquely customised for the long-term integrated development planning as well as...