New Study: Adaptation Fund paper shows resilience-building through food security interventions

In recent years, practitioners, policymakers, and researchers have focused increasingly on climate change adaptation approaches to food security. Emerging perspectives suggest that a multi-pronged approach focused on climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, and diverse toolkits ranging from social protection policies to international financial and institutional instruments is required to strengthen resilience at both the local, household, and macro food systems levels.

The study examines a range of interventions to strengthen resilience to climate change through food security. Its overarching objective is to accelerate learning about approaches that lead to successful interventions related to food security in the context of climate change adaptation.

Full study available here.