Social protection strategies and climate change
Social protection and climate changePDF
This brief highlights the important role social protection plays in supporting inclusive climate risk management strategies that contribute to safeguarding livelihoods and increasing the resilience of households.
Managing climate risks through social protectionWebsite
The course offers data, examples and evidence to help you understand the different roles that social protection can play in tackling climate risks. The course has 6 lessons of approximately 30 minutes each.
Gender-Responsive budgeting for agriculture and climate policiesWebsite
This course aims to support parliamentarians in ensuring that adequate financial resources are allocated to achieve food security and gender equality. It is designed to equip parliamentarians with the knowledge and tools to effectively address the gender dimensions in budgeting and drive positive...
Framework for Environmental and Social ManagementPDF
The Framework for Environmental and Social Management (FESM) establishes environmental and social performance requirements for FAO programming. The FESM includes key elements of a human rights-based approach with the goal to ensure that people and the environment are protected from any potential...
Strengthening Climate Resilience through People Centered Approaches: Farmer Field Schools and Dimitra Clubs in SenegalPDF
The resilience of Senegal's communities to climate change was enhanced by the project, Mainstreaming ecosystem-based approaches to climate resilient rural livelihoods in vulnerable rural areas through the Farmer Field School methodology, by building the capacity of communities and women through...
Extending social protection to rural populations: Perspectives for a common FAO and ILO approach – Executive summaryPDF
This study lays out the specific profiles, risks and vulnerabiities that disproportionally affect rural populations (poverty, hunger and malnutrition, poor health, natural disasters and climate change). This reoport sets out the main challenges that need to be addressed in order to extend social...
Social protection and resilience: Supporting livelihoods in protracted crises and in fragile and humanitarian contextsPDF
The paper discusses the role that social protection can play in saving livelihoods while also enhancing the capacity of households to respond, cope and withstand threats and crises. The paper builds on FAO Social Protection Framework (FAO, 2017) and focuses on the role of social protection...
Managing climate risks through social protectionPDF
Given the imminent challenges climate change poses for poverty reduction and sustainable development, the need for coherent and integrated climate risk management approaches that address the underlying causes of vulnerability – and that simultaneously increase the ability of the rural poor to...
Social protection, emergency response, resilience and climate change. A new interactive toolPDF
This interactive learning tool facilitates learning on the potential benefits and trade-offs in linking social protection, resilience and climate change policies at local, national and global level.
Mainstreaming gender, youth, and social inclusionWebsite
This World Bank-FAO Knowledge Session Series explores the nexus between agrifood systems, nutrition, and climate change. It provides the opportunity to examine how policies and actions on the ground can make agrifood systems more efficient, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable, enabling healthy...
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