<p><strong>Objective:</strong> To demonstrate and promote adoption of a range of gender segregated approaches for adaptation to climate change among rural communities currently engaged in agriculture in vulnerable areas of Chiredzi district as a national model.</p><ul><li><strong>Outcome 1: </strong>National institutions have capacity to improve knowledge base to facilitate climate change adaptation</li><li><strong>Outcome 2:</strong> Livelihood strategies and resilience of vulnerable farmers/pastoralists in the selected pilot sites improved and sustained to cope with drought</li><li><strong>Outcome 3: </strong>Use of climate early warning systems by vulnerable communities in pilot sites increase and drought preparedness improved.</li><li><strong>Outcome 4:</strong> Farmers/pastoralists outside the pilot site replicate successful approaches to cope with drought</li></ul>
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Lead OrganizationUnited Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Financing AmountUSD 983,000
Cofinancing TotalGovernment of Zimbabwe: US$680,000, NGOs: US$175,000, UNDP: US$75,000, Others: US$25,000
Total AmountsUSD 1, 938,000
Local Communities in Chiredzi District and Small holder farmers