Counting on uncertainty: The economic case for community based adaptation in North-East Kenya.


    On behalf of CARE?s Adaptation Learning Programme for Africa (ALP), this new policy brief and study by the New Economics Foundation (nef) shows that support to community-based adaptation (CBA) ?where vulnerable communities make informed development and risk management decisions and actions in response to climate change impacts ? is cost effective. 

    It shows clear social, economic and environmental benefits of CBA across a wide range of modelled scenarios and interventions, when comparing systematic adaptation to a situation with no support to adaptation.  These findings make a compelling financial case for CBA both in conjunction with larger-scale interventions and as standalone activities.


    To read the policy brief, Click Here


    The full report can be accessed by Clicking Here

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