SouthSouthNorth (SSN)

Towards Climate Resilience

SouthSouthNorth (SSN) supports national and regional responses to climate change through policy and knowledge interventions, partnerships and deep collaboration. SSN does this by connecting people and information, enhancing capability and mobilising resources to respond innovatively to the challenges and opportunities that climate change presents.

Being positioned in the Global South affords SSN a deeper understanding of, and connection to, the climate and development challenges facing the region.

  • SSN enhances developing countries’ access to climate information by brokering climate knowledge through formalised exchanges among various stakeholders.
  • SSN assists decision makers in delivering climate compatible development by informing policy formulation and implementation.
  • SSN brings good governance to management of donor funds, technical assistance and project management.

Latest news and articles

Register for the COP27 Resilience Hub

Registration is now open for the COP27 Resilience Hub Virtual Platform.

Youth Engagement at COP26 through the Resilience Hub

Past Global South Talent Pool intern, Arnav Prakash, shares reflections on youth engagement at last year’s Glasgow Climate Conference (COP26) through the Resilience Hub.

Catalytic Grants programme at the COP27 Resilience Hub

We are excited to announce that the next round of catalytic grants will be launched at the COP27 Resilience Hub. This round is targeted at teams formed at the Regional Resilience Hubs.

Values in groundwater resilience – Personal reflections from World Water Week 2022

GRP's Programme Officer, Shuchi Vora, shares her reflections from World Water Week 2022.

Innovative finance for resilience

GRP is working together with Lutheran World Relief's Mountain Harvest and the Near East Foundation to provide small-scale farmers with access to fairly-priced loans, as well as change perceptions and foster stability.