Communicating and Operationalizing Site-Specific Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in Selected Vulnerable Upland Communities in Southeast Asia
|Project Summary||The project is the third sequel or the Phase 3 of the previous APN-funded project “Scaling-Up Agroforestry Promotion for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Southeast Asia”, and the “Institutionalization of Agroforestry as a Climate Change Adaptation Strategy via Local Capacity and Policy Development in Southeast Asia. |
After the awareness-building and assessment of various climate change adaptation strategies that work on-the-ground, which are basically, the major objectives of the two previous projects, the project aims to communicate and operationalize these climate change adaptation strategies to the selected vulnerable upland communities in Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The project will promote localized training of farmers on the most appropriate climate change adaptation strategies for their agricultural production systems and climate; establish partnership with the local development organizations to help institutionalize the site-specific climate change adaptation strategies; implement community project that will serve as a showcase of various climate change adaptation strategies; and disseminate best practices in climate change adaptation.
|Project Leader||Dr. Roberto G. Visco, Philippine Agroforestry Education and Research Network, PHILIPPINES|
|Project Collaborators||Christine Wulandari, Indonesia Network for Agroforestry Education (INAFE), and Lampung University, Indonesia, firstname.lastname@example.org |
Bao Huy, Vietnam Network for Agroforestry Education (VNAFE), and Tay Nguyen University, Vietnam, email@example.com
|Countries Involved||Indonesia, Viet Nam, Philippines|
|Scientific Thematic Area||Climate Change and Climate Variability|
|Project Duration||1 year|
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“Communicating and Operationalizing Site-Specific Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in Selected Vulnerable Upland Communities in Southeast Asia,” APN E-Lib, accessed January 21, 2018, http://www.apn-gcr.org/resources/items/show/1905.
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