The VRA methodology has been implemented by Oxfam and its partners in twelve countries and by other aid and research organizations, such as the International Rescue Committee (IRC), the University of Cape Town and the University of Botswana.
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Vulnerability and Risk Assessment in the Onesi constituency, Omusati region, Namibia: Towards improving livelihood Adaptation to climate change
Part 2 of Gina Ziervogel's blog on the Governance of Climate Risk in Namibia looks at specific themes that came out of numerous interviews.
In November 2015 heavy rain swept across eastern Botswana, with floods causing the death of two people and major damages to the town of Bobonong.
There were some delays ahead of our Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (VRA) trip to Bobonong, in Botswana’s Bobirwa Sub District, but with luck on our side everything fell into place.
In November 2015, ASSAR’s researchers from the University of Botswana, University of Cape Town, University of Namibia and Oxfam conducted a two-day Vulnerability Risk Assessment (VRA) in order to bring stakeholder groups closer to ASSAR’s work.
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.