With increased instances of droughts and extreme rainfall events, and more variability in temperature and rainfall patterns, climate change is threatening agricultural production around the world. The Adaptation Fund finances projects and programmes to help the most vulnerable communities in developing countries cope with these challenges. Fund-financed initiatives include enabling farmers to test climate resilient technologies and practices, from drought tolerant seeds, to improved irrigation systems and more sustainable land management practices. These offer farmers an opportunity to secure their livelihoods before the worst effects are felt.

Increasing Local Communities’ Resilience to Climate Change through Youth Entrepreneurship and Integrated Natural Resources Management

Cameroon - Africa

The overall objective of the project is to increase local communities’ resilience to climate change through resilient livelihoods and integrated natural resources management. 72. The project will deliver this objective through three outcomes: Outcome 1: Climate proofed institutional frameworks and local development plans at regional and local level; Outcome 2: Ecosystems resilience to climate change

Strategic Water Harvesting Technologies for Enhancing Resilience to Climate Change in Rural Communities in Semi-Arid Areas of Tanzania (SWAHAT)

Tanzania, United Republic of - Africa

The objective of proposed SWAHAT project is enhancing resilience and adaptation of semi arid rural communities to climate change-induced impacts of drought, floods and water scarcity. This will be achieved through strategic water harvesting technologies that will contribute to improved crops, aquaculture and livestock productivity, reforestation as well as combating emerging crops and livestock pests and

Dairy Modernization and Market Access: Adaptation Component (DiMMAdapt)

Georgia - Eastern Europe

Building resilience for adaptation to climate change and climate vulnernabilities in agriculture in Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia - Latin America & Caribbean

Saint Lucia’s agricultural sector provides the main source of livelihood security, household food security and incomes for 22% of the population. The productivity of the livelihood base is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, such as hurricanes, intense rainfall, floods, droughts and temperature changes. Even normal rainfall can a trigger multiple landslides with