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Building Climate Resilience of Vulnerable Agricutlural Livelihoods in Southern Zimbabwe

The objective of this project is to strengthen resilience of agricultural livelihoods of vulnerable communities, particularly women, in southern Zimbabwe in the face of increasing climate risks and…  

Green Climate Fund approves US$26.6 million grant on ‘Building Climate Resilience of Vulnerable Agricultural Livelihoods in Southern Zimbabwe’

UNDP-supported project will benefit 2.3 million people in a nation where the climate crisis has pushed over 7.7 million people into severe hunger  

UN launches world’s biggest survey of public opinion on climate change

Mission 1.5 aims to give 20 million people around the world the opportunity to have their say on ways to limit climate change that they want to see adopted by government leaders.  

Understanding the importance of Zimbabwe’s wetlands

Wetlands have a vital role to play in climate change mitigation and adaptation in a country which is currently experiencing one of its worst droughts.  

USD 3 million drought relief from Denmark

The Government of Denmark has granted a contribution of USD 3 million for drought relief through the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF).  

Building urban resilience through data

The journey to building sustainable urban resilience begins with the right knowledge and data.  

Beyond fuelwood savings: the economic, environmental and health benefits of improved cookstoves

Firewood and charcoal have become two of the main energy sources for many in the country’s urban areas which has increased the demand for wood.  

Youth Climate dialogue between Zimbabwe and China

As youth become increasingly aware of the challenges and opportunities in transitioning to a low carbon growth, many are joining the global dialogue sharing ideas and solutions to tackle Climate…  

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