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In February, 2015 , ASSAR met with Kenyan stakeholders, including policy makers, NGOs and local government working on climate change adaptation and with communities on the ground to hear about activities and priorities in-country at a range of levels.
With team members located in three parts of the world – Nairobi, Addis Ababa and far-flung Norwich – the ASSAR East Africa Team’s recent regional visit in November 2014 was an opportunity for team members to meet in Kenya and Ethiopia for the first of two regional scoping visits.
The ASSAR East Africa research team held two one-day workshops on Research-into-Use (RiU) and Stakeholder Engagement (ShE) in February 2016.
Research being undertaken by ASSAR's East Africa team is underlining the interconnected nature of environmental and social dynamics in semi-arid regions. Read more about it in this detailed report.
Mark Tebboth from the University of East Anglia recounts his experiences running three Participatory Scenario Analysis (PSA) workshops in the drylands of northern Kenya.
The semi-arid regions of East Africa are among the most food-insecure regions in the world. This flyer looks at how Ethiopia and Kenya are studying adaptation methods to climate change using three research areas.
The semi-arid regions of East Africa, where many people rely on rain for their crops and livestock, are among the most food-insecure regions in the world.
This new paper from ASSAR's east Africa team looks at climate-related risks and impacts and vulnerability across the semi-arid regions of East Africa, with a particular focus on Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.
Nitya Rao describes her talk at Adaptation Futures, which focused on trying to better understand the implications of current mobility patterns on livelihood security and wellbeing, as well as gender and generational relations in Kenya.