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Project • CBA2022-09MY-Srinuansom

Strengthening livelihood resilience through community-based aquaculture in rural northern Thailand

Project • CBA2022-01SY-Lo

Developing the capacity of student scientists for supporting disadvantaged communities to cope with flooding (DECAF)

Project • CBA2022-02SY-Phan

Promoting youth role in raising community resilience to climate change in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta (Mekong Delta CoRe)

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Project • CBA2022-03SY-Tran Ngoc

Strengthening the capacity of officials on Integrated Flood Management Plans (IFMP): Integrating IFMP into provincial disaster prevention plans in coastal provinces of Central Vietnam

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Project • CBA2022-10MY-Balt

The Science-Policy adaptive capacity for local herding and government groups to reduce climate vulnerability

Project • CBA2022-08MY-Ho Ngoc

Promoting nature-based solutions for food security and climate change resilience among ethnic minority people in the Northern Mountainous Region of Vietnam

Project • CBA2022-07MY-Ramirez

Participatory assessment of land capability for agroforestry in selected upland farming communities in the Province of Laguna, Philippines, using Agroforestry Land Capability Assessment and Mapping Schemes (ALCAMS)

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Project • CRRP2021-13MY-Opdyke

Advancing local flood decision-making for disaster risk reduction

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Project • CBA2021-01MY-Ocampo

Resilience-building among smallholder farmers of selected upland farming communities in the province of Isabela, Philippines

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Project • CBA2021-04MY-Hossain

Scientific capacity building in assessing the coastal dynamics (land-use, biodiversity & ecosystem services) including the influence of climate change in the coastal zone – towards a locally adapted MSP Framework