Grounded decisions: Informing policies that help the vulnerable adapt
Grounded decisions reports on CCAA activities and results for our fourth year of programming. It highlights the range of approaches our partners have taken to influence adaptation policies – and the results they are achieving. Drawing on locally focused case studies of adaptation in Africa, it illustrates how the uptake of research is strengthened when policymakers are involved throughout the research process.
The CCAA program is a joint iniative of Canada's International Development Research Centre and the UK Department for International Development.
2009-10 in brief
This report on our fourth year of programming highlights the range of approaches our partners have taken to influence adaptation policies – and the results they are achieving.
Here you will find a financial summary for 2009-10, along with tables and graphs that provide additional detail on the growing reach and depth of the program, and our major milestones to date.
Map: CCAA research-to-policy links
This map shows the connections of CCAA projects where there has been sustained interaction with policymaking bodies at the local, national or regional level.
In this document you will find:
- Publications by CCAA research and capacity building projects, including papers, book chapters, newsletters, bulletins and theses
- Videos and blogs
- Publications by CCAA staff members
This year, we present lessons learned in the following areas:
Stories from the field
Examples of progress in each of CCAA
’s four outcome areas are given in the Stories from the field below.
This year’s key outputs for each strategy area are summarized in this PDF file.