African Climate Risks Conferences in Ethiopia, October 2019. Photo by IISD/ENB | Kiara Worth

18 October 2019

How can we increase capacity for water-related climate adaptation? Lessons and opportunities from Ethiopian river basins

Capacity building within and across institutions is a critical step to accelerating water-related climate adaptation. Dr Ellen Dyer shares insights from a session themed around this topic, hosted by REACH at the African Climate Risk Conference on 7 October.

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Credit: Alice Chautard/REACH

9 October 2019

What we know, don’t know and need to know about future East African Climate | 4 September cross-project meeting

On 4 September, REACH hosted a collaborative meeting on East-African climate, in collaboration with AfricanSWIFT, the IMPALA and HyCristal FCFA projects. Here’s a summary from the meetings and key messages from ECRs.

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Woman walking to collect water in Haro Kersa, Ethiopia; Credit: Alice Chautard/REACH

28 August 2019

Ethiopia’s future is tied to water – a vital yet threatened resource in a changing climate

REACH researchers find that the future of Ethiopia’s Awash basin will be hotter, drier and more water scarce – which could have serious consequences for people and the economy. Developing climate-resilient policies will be critical to ensure a prosperous and sustainable future for all.

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Kelly Ann Naylor, Associate Director, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Section, Programme Division, UNICEF

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