Migrations internationales et stratégies de développement dans un contexte d’incertitude climatique en zones semi-arides du Sénégal
This policy brief looks at the role and place of financial and non-financial migrant transfers in mitigating the effects and shocks related to climate risks in semi-arid regions of Senegal. The research highlights the significant role migration can play as a buffer against economic shocks induced by climate vulnerability.|
This report provides an overview and analysis of current developments in East African dam finance and climate risk. It calls for improved understanding of climate risk from the beginning of dam projects and improved local institutions to strengthen water and energy policies by incorporating climate risk screenings.|
This synthesis policy brief distils broad lessons from PRISE about the kinds of policies, institutions and other public investments that can support adaptation and climate-resilient development across a broad range of private actors.|
Stratégies d’adaptation du secteur privé: quel début de réponse des PME en zones semi-arides du Sénégal ?
This French-language policy brief is a synthesis of the initial results of a study to analyse the level of private sector vulnerability in Senegal’s semi-arid lands (SALs) in a context of climate change, and the coping responses small and medium-sized enterprises have developed and implemented to support climate-resilient development in semi-arid regions. It provides key recommendations to policymakers to create an enabling environment for SME adaptation to climate impacts.|