Climate adaptation & resilience for food & water security


Climate change is threatening development gains and intensifying global inequities—putting peace and important gains in human well-being at risk. The climate crisis affects every sector and geography, yet its impacts are not felt equally. People in developing countries are more vulnerable to climate change because they often lack the resources to effectively respond and adapt. Climate change is a crisis multiplier, exacerbating existing challenges in developing countries like food and water insecurity, natural resource degradation, income inequality, malnutrition, market volatility and compounding injustices.

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Organization U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Type of resource Policy analyses/briefs
Year of Release 2022

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