This is a short reflective piece about a recent collaborative writing workshop that actually entailed writing!
How people experience and respond to risk varies, depending on factors like age, ethnicity, gender and class. These stunning infographics offer an easy-to-understand overview.
On the 14th March 2018, 12:00pm GMT, ASSAR invites you to attend our webinar titled: Challenging assumptions about gender and climate adaptation: It’s not always what, or who, you think
The Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) project invites you to attend the following webinar, happening in conjunction with the 62nd session on the Commission on the Status of Women, focusing on gender and the empowerment of rural women and girls.
Julia Davies gives a slightly alternative approach to the drought faced in the city of Cape Town.
The ASSAR Ghana team organised a two-day workshop in Nandom District to enhance the adaptive capacities of women by introducing them to eco-inclusive business, lean business canvas, advocacy skills and business networking.
IIHS researcher Maitreyi Koduganti Venkata takes us through her learning of the Research-into-Use (RiU) process in ASSAR as it starts to gain momentum in the project's final year.
The postilion of Communications Officer: ASSAR Research Project has become available at UCT in Cape Town.
On the 24th and 25th January 2018, the second of two TSP workshops were held at the Oasis Lodge, Zanzibar. Julia Davies takes us through the process in a fantastic photo journey!
Lucia Scodanibbio recounts what she has learned after a three-day writeshop with gender experts.
WOTR invited a diverse group of relevant stakeholders to the first of two TSP workshops to share their views in a neutral space, and construct a shared understanding of the situation and the actions they can take to address it.
This information brief, written by Julia Davies, a senior research assistant on the ASSAR southern Africa team, discusses what the impacts of climate change are in Namibia, and what can be done to adapt to these changes better.