Before attending the International Climate Conference at Karatina University, women in Kericho, Kenya, faced a harsh reality. Chesiele, a tea farmer, said that women were deprived of the opportunity to enter the tea farming industry. “We, women, couldn’t secure land, and it was tough getting a foothold in the industry,” she explained. “I needed help.Continue reading “Empowering Women Tea Farmers in Kericho: A Tale of Transformation”
As temperatures rise globally, extreme climate events such as droughts, cyclones, floods and heatwaves continue to negatively affect the entire African continent’s economy and society, particularly the key agricultural sector – which is having an acute impact on small businesses across the continent.
Disclaimer: The Women Environmental Programme is an organization supported by Climate Action Africa through the South-South Exchange component of the project. Views expressed in this blog are not official views of the project. From 6-18 November 2022, the Women Environmental Programme’s (WEP’s) team was in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt for the 27th session of theContinue reading “Blog: Were our Expectations met? Reflecting on the Outcome of COP27”
Please find inquiries below : Q: Are per diems and travel expenses for workshop participants expected to be included in our financial proposal? If so, this budget can be very important, and will greatly impact our methodology and approach. A: As mentioned in the TOR, we anticipate consultations to occur during Activity 1111.2 for assessmentContinue reading “Etude pour la création d’une agence nationale du climat pour la Côte d’Ivoire RFP FAQ”
Please find inquiries below : Q: It is mentioned that we can submit either in French or in English. Therefore, do you have the whole RFP in French? A: The TOR indicates that the Requesting Organization requires the services in English. However, applicants can submit bids in any of Canada’s official languages. Q: I amContinue reading “Climate Mainstreaming in AECF Institutional and Operational Initiatives RFP FAQ”
On Tuesday, November 8th, Climate Action Africa held a panel discussion “Transparency, Technical Assistance strengthening capacity to Transitioning – Supporting Sub-Saharan Africa in the implementation of the Enhanced Transparency Framework”. The side event was organized under the Together for Transparency banner of the United Framework Convention on Climate Change Initiative at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh,Continue reading “Climate Action Africa leads UNFCCC panel discussion on implementing the Enhances Transparency Framework”