Lake Chilwa Basin Climate Change Adaptation Programme - Climate Change and Forests in the Congo Basin (COBAM)

Lake Chilwa Basin Climate Change Adaptation Programme

Risk to livelihoods through vulnerability to drought and floods is exacerbated by climate change. Lake Chilwa has dried up 8 times in past century affecting livelihoods such as fishing and farming.

Adaptation challenges and solutions

Changing mindset of communities to accept new technologies is a challenge that has been addressed through capacity building and training.

Key messages and learning outcomes

The project has taken an ecosystems approach which has worked very well. The project also…

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