News and events related to ASSAR
Alemayehu Zewdie, ASSAR's Research-into-Use coordinator in East Africa, describes the ASSAR's efforts to develop strategic partnerships to boost research impact in Kenya and Ethiopia.
Introducing ASSAR's research-for-impact MOOC!
Hailing from Bangalore, India, Natasha SK reflects on the process of synthesising familiarity and difference while working in Accra, Ghana.
Daniel Morchain from Oxfam GB reflects on the success - well, sort of - of COP24.
This article shares the experience of how Transformative Scenario Planning in the district of Jalna in Maharashtra, India motivated people for action on water management.
ASSAR's Kenya team investigated barriers and enablers for effective adaptation to climate change among agro-pastoralist and pastoralist communities in the semi-arid region of Isiolo, Meru, and Samburu counties of central Kenya.
ASSAR has been examining the conditioning factors surrounding adaptation action in four of the world’s semi-arid regions, with a specific focus on barriers and enablers to the uptake and success of adaptation. Here is what we found.
The role of aspirations in shaping adaptation choices is seldom discussed in climate change studies, but understanding aspirations can give insights into why people are adapting or not.
This beautifully illustrated story of change written by ASSAR's WOTR team members described how communities in the Sangamner Block of Ahmednagar District, in Maharashtra, India, have realised their potential to manage the water issues that face them in their daily lives.
A reflection on ASSAR's journey taking its Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (VRA) training from local to national level in Botswana.
How a two-day capacity building workshop equipped women leaders in semi-arid Ghana with valuable skills for financial record keeping and access to credit.
How ASSAR helped strengthen the capacity of pastoralists in Kenya's drylands to deal with pasture scarcity.