Monday, November 30, 2020

Mbale WorkShop - Uganda

From 1 July to 3 July representatives from the Mountain EbA project travelled down to Mbale, Uganda to participate in a Global Learning and Technical Workshop.

Representatives from UNEP, IUCN, UNDP, BMU, as well as national project staff all came together to learn from what is happening at the Ugandan field site and to share experiences. The workshop was divided into one day of field visits to the implementation sites to see the “no- regrets” adaptation solutions being implemented and two days of technical workshop.The exercises within the workshop sessions aimed to inspire constructive critique of current activities and allow shared learning between the global and national teams, and, most importantly, between the national teams. Emphasis was also placed on capturing what has been learnt so far across the project.

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Healthy ecosystems deliver critical goods and services, such as providing food and fuel, or preventing floods and soil erosion. People depend on these goods and services for their wellbeing and livelihoods. However, because of climate change and other human impacts, many ecosystems have become degraded, with negative impacts on people’s lives. EBA involves the use of biodiversity and ecosystem services as part of an overall adaptation strategy to help people adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change.readmore

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