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Costing Adaptation through Local Institutions : Village Survey Results - Ethiopia

ADAPTATION ACTIVITIES ADAPTATION COST ADAPTATION COSTS ADAPTATION EFFORTS ADAPTATION INITIATIVES ADAPTATION INTERVENTIONS ADAPTATION ISSUES ADAPTATION MEASURES ADAPTATION OPTION ADAPTATION OPTIONS ADAPTATION PRACTICES ADAPTATION PROCESSES ADAPTATION PROGRAM ADAPTATION RESPONSES ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE VARIABILITY ADAPTING ADULT MALES ADVERSE CLIMATE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURE ALTITUDE ANIMAL ANIMAL DISEASES ANIMALS AVERAGE ANNUAL RAINFALL BEAR BIODIVERSITY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION CA CAMELS CAPACITY BUILDING CASH CROPS CASH INCOME CASSAVA CATTLE CATTLE RAISING CEREALS CL CLIMATE CLIMATE ADAPTATION CLIMATE ADAPTATION STRATEGY CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES CLIMATE CHANGE AWARENESS CLIMATE EFFECTS CLIMATE HAZARD CLIMATE HAZARDS CLIMATE SENSITIVE CLIMATE VARIABILITY CLIMATE-PROOF CLIMATE-RELATED HAZARDS CLIMATE-RELATED VULNERABILITIES CLIMATIC CONDITIONS COLORS COPE WITH CLIMATE CHANGE COPE WITH CLIMATE VARIABILITY COPING CAPACITY COST OF ADAPTATION COSTS OF ADAPTATION CROP PESTS CULTIVATED LAND DAILY TEMPERATURE DATES DEFORESTATION DETERMINANTS DISASTER MANAGEMENT DISASTER PREVENTION DROUGHT DROUGHT HAZARD ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTIVE ADAPTATION EQUINES EXCESSIVE RAIN EXCESSIVE RAINFALL EXPOSURE EXPOSURE TO CLIMATE CHANGE EXPOSURE TO CLIMATE VARIABILITY EXTREME TEMPERATURES EXTREME WEATHER EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS FEEDS FIELD SURVEY FLOOD FLOOD HAZARDS FLOOD RISK FLOODING FLOODS FOOD AID FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD CROPS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD POLICY FOOD POLICY RESEARCH FOOD PRICES FOOD PRODUCTION FOOD SECURITY FOOD SHORTAGE FOOD SHORTAGES FOOD STORAGE FOREST FOREST PRODUCTS FREQUENCY OF DROUGHTS FROST FRUIT FRUITS FUTURE ADAPTATION GOATS HAZARD HAZARDS HEAT WAVES HIGH TEMPERATURE HIGH TEMPERATURES HIGHLANDS HUMAN DISEASES IFPRI IMPACT OF CLIMATE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPLEMENT ADAPTATION INFORMATION ON CLIMATE INFORMATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE INFORMATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE KOLA LAND DEGRADATION LIKELIHOOD OF CLIMATE CHANGE LIVESTOCK LOCAL ADAPTATION LOGISTICAL SUPPORT LOW ADAPTIVE CAPACITY LOW RAINFALL LOWER RAINFALL MAIZE MEAN TEMPERATURE METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION METEOROLOGICAL STATIONS METEOROLOGY MIGRATION MINIMUM TEMPERATURE MITIGATION MITIGATION EFFORTS MITIGATION STRATEGIES NATIONAL ADAPTATION NATIONAL CLIMATE NATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NUMBERS OF LIVESTOCK OATS OXEN PASTURE PASTURE LAND POPULATION DENSITIES POPULATION GROWTH POULTRY PRECIPITATION RAINFALL RAINFALL FLUCTUATIONS RAINFALL LEVELS RAINFALL PATTERNS RAINFALL REGIME RAINFALL VARIABILITY RAINY SEASON RAINY SEASONS RAT ROADS SAFETY NET SEVERE WEATHER SHEEP SMALL RUMINANTS SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE SUGAR TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE CHANGE TEMPERATURE CHANGES TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION TEMPERATURE EXTREMES TEMPERATURE FLUCTUATIONS TEMPERATURE LEVELS TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY TIMBER TIMBER FOREST TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS TREE TREE PLANTING TREES UNEP URGENT ADAPTATION VAM VARIABILITY OF RAINFALL VEGETABLES VILLAGES VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE CHANGE VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE VARIABILITY WATERSHED WEATHER PATTERNS WFP WHEAT WIND WORLD FOOD PROGRAM
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Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2017-08-14T20:51:36Z | 2017-08-14T20:51:36Z | 2011-02

In Ethiopia, village surveys were conducted in six villages and two expert workshops were organized to discuss the organization of the study and to evaluate the draft results. Based on household surveys, focus group discussions, and institutional stakeholder interviews, we assessed household vulnerability, analyzed the strategies households adopt to reduce the hazards faced, and evaluated the assistance households receive from institutions. Vulnerability profiles were formulated, which show that household vulnerability differs substantially among and within villages. The size and diversity of income and the ability to flexibly decide on alternative measures to mitigate the adverse climate effects, which depends on, for example, level of education and dependency ratio, have effects on the adaptation options households adopt and the type of institutional assistance they receive. This report presents the results of the World Bank-funded project on Costing Adaptation through Local Institutions (CALI). The objectives of the CALI-project are: (1) to identify the costs of adaptation through local institutions, and (2) to investigate the institutions that support households in adapting to climate variability, the efforts and costs required to realize the adaptation options, and how they facilitate adaptation to climate variability. The study has been carried out in Ethiopia, Mali, and Yemen. This report discusses the results for Ethiopia.

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