Author: Mumbi

Reflecting on a decade of resilience: The journey and the road ahead

The GRP 2024-2029 Strategy focuses on food, finance, and communities, with a special emphasis on youth and women

The unseen pillars: How social capital empowers female smallholder farmers in Kenya

The Itanya Africa Group, one of the RAIN Challenge winners, through an intimate baseline study, explores the significant role social capital plays in the lives of female small-holder farmers in Kenya.

The rise of regenerative farming in Ikunu, Githunguri Sub-county

In this photo story, Benedict Isiaho of CAFAESUP, one of the RAIN Challenge winners, describes how the project is implementing regenerative agriculture to foster sustainable food systems within communities

CAFAESUP:  Empowering farmers through regenerative practices

Interview with Hamis Said Hincha, Project Lead of CAFAESUP, one of the nine winning projects of the RAIN Challenge

Flood risk communication through mural art

Knowledge into Use recipient, Youth Innovation Lab (YI-Lab), works to bridge technology gaps and empower communities for resilient futures.

Reflections from the 2023 Global South Talent Pool (GSTP) cohort 

Through the Resilience Evidence Coalition, the Global South Talent Pool (GSTP) internship programme aims to foster opportunities for young people from the Global South to contribute to resilience-building initiatives.

What I learnt over three years of reporting on the COP Resilience Hub

From resilience as ‘everywhere but nowhere at COP’ to resilience as central to equitable and efficient climate action – insights from COP26, COP27, and COP28 Resilience Hubs

The timeless wake up call

Knowledge Into Use award winner, Amava Oluntu, works with young people using arts and storytelling to address and convey the impacts of climate change in Cape Town, South Africa.

End of year letter to our Partners and collaborators

Thank you for your support in 2023. We look forward to collaborating with you in 2024.

CEGGI: Nurturing hope in the heart of Chigaga Village

Reflections from GRP's RAIN Challenge site visit to Uganda