Climate-resilient food security for women and men smallholders in Mozambique through integrated risk management
Improving the resilience and livelihoods of some of the most vulnerable groups in Mozambique, particularly poor and food-insecure households.
People’s livelihoods in Mozambique are highly vulnerable to disaster risk from climate change, greatly impeding the achievement of greater food security. This is compounded by little information and awareness about climate change.
Focusing on semi-arid areas, this project will adopt a community-based approach to enhance the climate-resilient food security and livelihoods of smallholders. It will enhance adaptation for climate risks in households and communities. It will incorporate a rural resilience approach which Accredited Entity WFP has implemented successfully in other African countries.
- Private sector
- Public sector
GCF financing62% disbursed
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Director, Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes
Via Cesare Giulio Viola 68, Rome, Italy
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|2021 Annual Performance Report for SAP011: Climate-resilient food security for women and men smallholders in Mozambique through integrated risk management||Annual Performance Report||28 Feb 2022|
|Climate-resilient food security for women and men smallholders in Mozambique through integrated risk management||Approved funding proposal||04 Dec 2019|
|Gender action plan for SAP011: Climate-resilient food security for women and men smallholders in Mozambique through integrated risk management||Gender action plan||22 Oct 2019|
|Gender assessment for SAP011: Climate resilient food security for women and men smallholders in Mozambique through integrated risk management||Gender assessment||22 Oct 2019|