A two-day workshop took place at in Namibia from 30 to 31 May 2016. The Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP) is an approach that brings concerned stakeholders from different, often conflicting, perspectives together.
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This VRA report focuses on the Onesi Constituency landscape contributing to ASSAR’s work on understanding local level vulnerability and potential adaptation responses by engaging diverse stakeholders and supporting Research-into-Use processes.
On 15 and 16 February stakeholders came together to discuss the future of water in the Omusati Region, an area in the north of Namibia that is particularly vulnerable to climate change.
ASSAR's Southern African team describes the outcomes of their first TSP workshop that was held in February 2017.
This report documents the outcomes of our first workshop that was held in February 2017, and detail the scenarios refined during our writeshop in April 2017.
Julia Davis tells the story of Malakia and why his work in Namibia's Omusati Region makes him an ASSAR Champion.
This information brief, written by Julia Davies, a senior research assistant on the ASSAR southern Africa team, discusses what barriers are, and what can be done to enable climate adaptation in Namibia.
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.
These two training booklets, one in English and the other in Oshiwambo, look at the changing climate in Namibia, and guides how this can be taught.