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This document explains why it is essential to understand and analyses the context while at the same time identifying the risks, vulnerabilities and capacities at the community level. To ensure the continuity and sustainability of ACF’s actions, the participation and involvement of the community and local players is essential to DRM/CCA projects. In addition, good communication among the stakeholders as well as efficient information management can lead to synergy between different actions. Finally, all activities must be implemented using an integrated multi-sector approach to meet the needs of populations at risk.
Climate change, and global warming in particular, cannot be denied and the recent years have been the warmest since the 50s. The temperature of the oceans has gone up, the sea level has risen, the ice cap has decreased, and droughts and cyclones are increasingly frequent according to the region. These climate disruptions have a negative impact on ecosystems, access to land and natural resources, on livelihoods and human health as well as on the economy.
The documents gave an overview of the strategies and activities implemented on the ground as well as the lessons learnt and recommendations.
The objectives are: