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ALM-SGP Photo Story Toolkit - January 2011

Photo Stories are a powerful communication tool that can be used to bring innovative and visually appealing narratives of on-the-ground community projects. Communicating valuable information to a larger audience, Photo Stories offer a simple way compile individual photos in to a video format with captions, audio narration, background music and other features.

This Toolkit for creating Photo Stories benefited from the contributions from the Adaptation Learning Mechanism (ALM) and the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP).

CIRDA Procurement Guidance

A brief fact sheet developed byt the PSO Unit and CIRDA Experts on Alternative Technologies to guide to partner countries in their efforts to procure new technologies.

Plans nationaux d'adaptation

The COP requested the LDC Expert Group (LEG) to elaborate technical guidelines for the NAP process based on the initial guidelines for the formulation of NAPs, and to arrange a review of these technical guidelines .

Here the UNFCCC/LEG technical guidelines are available for download in French.

Supporting NAP Development with the PROVIA Guidance - A user companion

Cost Benefit Analysis for Natural Resource Management in the Pacific: a Guide

There is a wide variety of guides and manuals on CBA across the globe. However, up to now there has been no published document that brings together the steps of CBA with an emphasis on the Pacific region. This guide is intended to fill that gap. It aims to support Pacific government and non-governmental organisations in their CBA activities, and to support training and capacity development in this area. The guide is also intended to standardise approaches to CBA by the agencies involved − SPC, SPREP, PIFS, USP, GIZ, UNDP − so that practitioners receive consistent

Kiribati National Training on Cost-Benefit Analysis for Climate Change

The Kiribati National Training on Cost-Benefit Analysis for Climate Change was organized by the Ministry of Finance and Planning (MFEP) in collaboration with the Office of Te Beretitenti (OB) with support from SPC Climate Change Programs (& GIZ) and the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environmental Programme (SPREP).

Tarawa, Thursday 24th Jan – Tuesday 29th Jan 2013, Kiribati Institute of Technology

Training of Trainers: Capacity Development on Economics of Adaptation, Water Security and Climate Resilient Development in Africa - Addis Ababa, 25-29 Nov 2013

Water, Climate and Development Programme for Africa - Support to National Adaptation Planning Processes

Report: Training Course on Capacity Building on Climate Change and Adaptation Planning for Local Sectors - Xayaboury Province (March 2013)

The National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute (NAFRI) in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture and Forestry of Xayabouly province conducted a 3-day training course on capacity building on climate change and adaptation planning for local sectors at the Department of Agriculture and Forestry of Xayabouly Province during 11-13 March 2013.

Report: Training Course on Capacity Building on Climate Change and Adaptation Planning for Local Sectors - Savannakhet Province (February 2013)

The National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute (NAFRI) in collaboration with Department of Agriculture and Forestry of Savannakhet province conducted a 3-day training course on capacity building on climate change and adaptation planning for local sectors in Savannakhet Province during 18-20 February 2013. The objectives of the training were: (a) to strengthen local sector understanding, recognition and analyses on climate change in agricultural sector; and (b) to build knowledge in the policies and strategies of climate change at the central and local levels.

Gender and Climate Change Adaptation Training (September 2013)

Gender and Climate Change Adaptation trainings were held in two provinces during 6 to 9 August 2013 at the Provincial Department of Agriculture and Forestry in Kaison Phomvihan District, Savannakhet Province.  The total number of participants was 45 people (35 women). The second training was held during 13 to 16 August 2013 with 43 people (26 women).

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