Topic outline

  • This course was created with Adobe Flash technology. Since this technology is no longer supported by modern internet browsers, the online version was removed. The downloadable version and content of the course (text only) are still available. In order to access them, please read the instructions in the System requirements section below.

    This course provides the necessary knowledge to design, develop and implement agricultural projects and programmes that address the challenges of a changing climate. It is useful for professionals working in agricultural development who need to learn how to mainstream effectively climate change considerations in their projects and programmes.

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      • System Requirements

        The interactive version of the course is available as a downloadable package and only runs on Windows PC’s and doesn't require any additional software. Please read the following instructions.

        • Audience

          The course is useful for investment project formulation practitioners, national and international staff and consultants, as well as government staff involved in mobilizing investment for agriculture and rural development.

          • You will learn about

            • Basics of adaptation and mitigation in the agricultural sectors
            • Incorporating climate change at the conceptualization stage
            • Preparing a climate change sensitive concept note
            • Rapid assessment of the impacts of climate change on the project area
            • Incorporating climate change considerations at the preparation stage
            • Incorporating climate change into project supervision and evaluation

            • Course structure

              The course consists of 7 lessons, ranging from approximately 15 to 60 minutes duration each:

              • Lesson 1 – Overview
              • Lesson 2 – Basics of adaptation and mitigation in the agricultural sectors
              • Lesson 3 – Incorporating climate change at the conceptualization stage
              • Lesson 4 – Preparing a climate change-sensitive concept note
              • Lesson 5 – Rapid assessment of the impacts of climate change on the project area
              • Lesson 6 – Incorporating climate change considerations at the preparation stage
              • Lesson 7 – Incorporating climate change into project supervision and evaluation

              • Partners

                European Union (EU)