How do African SMEs respond to climate risks? Evidence from Kenya and Senegal

This journal article investigates to what extent and how micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries are adapting to climate risks.

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Migrations et autonomisation des femmes en contexte de changement climatique : enjeux et défis à Wendu Bosseabe (région de Matam)

This working paper aims to analyse the issues and challenges related to women’s empowerment in the village of Wendu Bosseabe, in the Senegal River Valley. It focuses on typical women’s empowerment pathways to highlight the links between migration and household resilience.

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Gouvernance transfrontalière du changement climatique dans les régions semi-arides : cas d’étude du Sénégal

This is a synthesis report of evidence from PRISE Research Area 6 Part 1: ‘Cross-boundary multi-scale governance of semi-arid lands: Implications for climate resilience and economic development’. It analyses two cases of integrated governance of climate change in Senegal: the Territorial Approach to Climate Change program (TACC) implemented in the Ferlo, and the Integrated Territorial Climate Plan (ITCP) implemented in the Dakar region.

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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.

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Approche Territoriale des Changements Climatiques au Sénégal : cas de la zone agro-sylvopastorale du Ferlo

Senegal was the first country in West Africa where a territorial approach to climate change was tested by the Ferlo Agro-Silvopastoral Regional Agreement. This case study on the territorial approach to climate change in the Ferlo agro-silvopastoral region aims to help policymakers better understand the role of institutional, economic and socio-political factors in the design and implementation of climate policies.

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Approche territoriale des changements climatiques au Sénégal : cas du plan climat territorial intégré (PCTI) de la région de Dakar

This study examines how the Dakar Integrated Territorial Climate Plan’s use of integrated approaches has addressed the issue of cross-border dimensions in responses to climate change.

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Etat des lieux des liens entre migration, transferts et résilience au changement climatique au Sénégal

This French-language paper aims to address the links between migration and population resilience dynamics in semi-arid regions of Senegal. It also focuses on the issue of migrant remittances, and their impact on the dynamics of resilience in semi-arid regions of the country.

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Enabling private sector adaptation in developing countries and their semi-arid regions – case studies of Senegal and Kenya

This working paper addresses the gap in the adaptation literature by reviewing the key factors required to provide an enabling environment for the private sector, with a focus on adaptation by small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the semi-arid lands of Kenya and Senegal.

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