Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change: Online Course January 11
The Center for Sustainable Development is announcing the January launch of a module of four online courses on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change. These courses begin by introducing basic climate change concepts, and develop as participants identify local community vulnerabilities, investigate appropriate solutions, develop full projects, launch and manage them. Partial scholarships available.
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Participants from 81 countries and 150 institutions are using CSDi online courses to develop new, community-centered, sustainable development projects that are impacting over 70,000 beneficiaries.
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MODULE 340: COMMUNITY-BASED ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE
OL 341. Adapting to Climate Change: Designing & Funding Community-Based Adaptation Projects.
January 11 - March 7, 2011.
Gain an insight into contemporary methods of developing community-based, sustainable, impact-oriented projects. Gain practical field tools and develop a range of skills: facilitating participatory needs assessments, designing projects, and evidence-based activities. Introduce adaptation to community members. Develop a real project in real time.
OL 342. Adapting to Climate Change: Planning for Impact.
March 15 - May 2, 2011.
Imbed impact into your adaptation project design with a powerful set of management tools. LogFrames, detailed budgets, timelines, compelling fact sheets, M&E plans, outcomes and impact. These tools will communicate to donors and stakeholders exactly what you are trying to accomplish and can be used for effective management of the project once funded.
OL 343. Adapting to Climate Change: The Community Focus.
May 10 - June 20, 2011.
What does climate change adaptation mean at the community level? What practical tools are available today for communities to use in adaptation? Conduct a baseline survey. For practitioners who wish to begin working now at the community level to successfully adapt to the challenges that face us.
OL 344. Adapting to Climate Change: Sustainable Implementation.
July 12 - August 22, 2011.
How do you launch and implement a community-centered adaptation project? The importance of community engagement. Developing skill sets for your community to use in the adaptation process. Learning tools: monitoring & evaluation. Community empowerment during project hand-over. Sustainability, follow-up & mentoring.
Be sure to visit the adaptation working group at CSDi's Development Community. Join colleagues in sharing resources & collaborating online:
Our most popular courses are being offered online in January.
OL 101. From the Ground Up:
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