Gambians are the second most frequent migrants to arrive by sea in Italy, behind Nigerians, according to the International Organisation for Migration. In common with development in other parts of Africa, there has been a focus on women, and men are felt to have been ‘left behind’.
Against a backdrop of climate change, global inequalities and mass migration, there is an urgent need to repurpose education throughout the world.
Alpine grasslands are amongst the most valuable grassland ecosystems for biodiversity conservation and are significant deliverers of ecosystem services – carbon sequestration and storage; climate resilience; soil and water protection; fire and avalanche prevention and a wide range of cultural values from traditional foods to characteristic regional landscapes.
Jatropha offers an extremely interesting opportunity in the context of rural communities in developing countries, because as well as providing fuel, it has the potential to stimulate agriculture and industry in rural areas, thereby helping to alleviate poverty from in a two-pronged way.
Communities on the islands in Australasia are severely affected by the impact of climate change. In particular, the rising sea levels pose major problems, such as the erosion of coastal lines, salination of ground/drinking water, and in some cases to the loss of the complete islands.
A diverse range of initiatives and projects with online presence were identified across Central, North and South America, from small initiatives with origins in rural communities to big projects that are part of larger adaptation programmes funded by different international institutions.
It is widely known that Africa is more vulnerable to climate change and climate variability than any other continent due its low adaptive capacity. Many rural and indigenous communities in Africa are putting into place initiatives to adapt to climate change.
This case study focuses on a study trip between Jatan Sansthan (Jatan) and the Southern Region Offices of the Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE). Knowledge sharing between NGOs and civil societies has the potential of being one of the most useful techniques for strengthening and improving implementation on the ground level. It not only helps share experiences, successes, failures and resources but also is the beginning of creation of new knowledge systems…
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