La société civile et le secteur privé, deux partenaires incontournables dans la réussite du processus de PNA d’Haïti

Par Patrick Saint-Pré, Consultant en communication

Au cours des 20 dernières années, Haïti a été l’un des trois pays les plus touchés par les épisodes météorologiques extrêmes, qui risquent d’augmenter compte tenu du rythme actuel du réchauffement climatique. Pour tenter de résoudre cette situation, Haïti a lancé un processus PAN en août 2019 afin de renforcer la résilience des secteurs économiques stratégiques du pays.

Civil Society and the Private Sector: Two essential partners for a successful NAP process in Haiti

By Patrick Saint-Pré, Communications Consultant

Over the past 20 years, Haiti has been one of the three countries most affected by extreme weather events, which are likely to increase given the current rate of global warming. In an attempt to resolve this situation, Haiti launched a NAP process in August 2019 to increase the resilience of the country’s strategic economic sectors.

Elevating Women’s Voices in Climate Change Adaptation Through Visual Storytelling

By David Hoffmann and Angie Dazé

The NAP Global Network partnered with Lensational to amplify the voices of underrepresented women in NAP processes by equipping motivated trainees with digital cameras and providing participatory photography and storytelling training with a specific focus on climate change adaptation and resilience.

Elevating Women’s Voices in Climate Change Adaptation Through Visual Storytelling

Unique photography and storytelling programs in Kenya and Ghana are well underway. The NAP Global Network launched these programs with Lensational on International Women’s Day 2021 to amplify the voices of underrepresented women in NAP processes by equipping motivated trainees with digital cameras and providing participatory photography and storytelling training with a specific focus on […]

Tonga Climate Change Adaptation Media Training and Launching of Portal

On the 27th of March 2021 at Davina House, Chief Executive Officer Paula Ma’u of the Ministry of Meteorology, Energy, Information, Disaster Management, Environment, Climate Change and Communications (MEIDECC) officially opened and launched the Department of Climate Change’s portal.