The role of heat stress in migration decisions: A case study of Faisalabad

This study attempts to understand the relationship between migration decisions and heat stress, looking not only at its impact on livelihoods, but also on thermal comfort levels available at home and in the workplace.

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Agriculture, Water, Climate and Migration in semi-arid lands in Burkina Faso

This English-language report analyses how agricultural communities in the semi-arid central plateau of Burkina Faso – an area of high food insecurity – are managing available water and land resources in changing climatic conditions. It supports the case for investment by the government and donors in small dams/ponds to allow rural communities to supplement rain-fed with irrigated agriculture.

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Agriculture, Eau, Climat et Migration en terres semi-arides au Burkina Faso

This French-language report analyses how agricultural communities in the semi-arid central plateau of Burkina Faso – an area of high food insecurity – are managing available water and land resources in changing climatic conditions. It supports the case for investment by the government and donors in small dams/ponds to allow rural communities to supplement rain-fed with irrigated agriculture.

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Small Grants Programme: Transformational development projects and water resources in drylands

This report explores the ways in which transformational infrastructure projects can affect water availability for different users in semi-arid and arid regions, with the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project as a case study.

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Vers une gestion intégrée des ressources en eau au Burkina Faso

This French-language report analyses the progress the Government of Burkina Faso has made to put into place a national programme of ‘integrated water resources management’, to meet its commitment under the Sustainable Development Goals, and the significant work that still needs to be done.

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Enhancing climate change development programmes in Uganda

This paper uses PRISE’s innovative approach to value chain analysis – Value Chain Analysis for Resilience in Drylands (VC-ARID) – to identify and explore the economic opportunities for entrepreneurs and companies to invest in climate change adaptation to enhance the resilience of the livestock value chain in Karamoja, Uganda.

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Migration, remittances and climate resilience in Tajikistan

This working paper explores key tendencies related to socioeconomic development and how migration and remittances contribute to these dynamics in Tajikistan. The analysis also looks at possible ways of mainstreaming climate adaptation into current socioeconomic development strategies and programmes.

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Value Chain Analysis for Resilience in Drylands (VC-ARID): Identification of adaptation options in key sectors

The VC-ARID approach to value chain analysis is innovative in that it considers the specific characteristics of semi-arid systems. This synthesis report focuses on the first of the three steps within the methodology – that of Mapping the value chain. The results and recommendations for Step 2 – Assessing climate risks at each level of the value chain, and Step 3 – Identifying options for adaptation and private sector investment for climate-resilient value chain transformation – will follow in subsequent reports.

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