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Love, conflict, and suspense: WA BiCC kickstarts the design of a radio drama to promote coastal resilience to climate change

Oct 29, 2018
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An Entertainment-Education Radio Drama Design Workshop held in Port Loko, Sierra Leone on October 10-12, promised a new and exciting learning experience for coastal Sierra Leone! Participants at the workshop were impressed to learn more about the richness of the coastal ecosystems that exist in the country, including where many of the participants live. The…


Ghana Hosts WA BiCC’s Signature Training on Improving and Utilizing Climate Information for Adaptation Planning in West Africa

Jun 25, 2018
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In October 2017, the West Africa Biodiversity and Climate Change (WA BiCC) program and the National Adaptation Planning Global Network (NAP GN) organized a regional technical workshop in October 2017 to support the Integration of Coastal Issues into National Adaptation Plans (NAPs). As part of the proceedings, WA BiCC supported participants to assess the capacity…


NAP workshop

Jan 19, 2018
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In West Africa, coastal areas are home to essential resources and socioeconomic activities such as fishing, tourism and mining. Despite being a major driver in national economies, these areas are part of the most vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Coastal areas are exposed to rising sea levels, extreme weather events and subsequent loss…