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Multiplying Best Practice in Adaptation to Climate Change

As of: October 2021

The purpose of the project was to prepare the rural population to cope with increasing aridity. Tried and proven forms of local initiative for adapting to climate change was disseminated and replicated by building networks. To this end, pilot projects on irrigation in the northeast of Brazil that are already under way were expanded. In addition, support was being provided to establish a network of municipalities and organisations seeking to disseminate successful adaptation measures. In addition to training measures, a limited amount of technical equipment (such as pumps and irrigation equipment) was also being provided.

State of implementation/results

  • Project completed
  • Implementation of 38 pilot irrigation projects and 6 castor oilseed production projects
  • Turning cooperatives into technology retailer to increase project sustainability
  • Capacity building and knowledge network on climate change adaptation
  • Establishment of the “Adapta Sertão” revolving fund in four municipalities
  • Income generation and food security through the installed irrigation and castor systems
  • Identification and mainstreaming of climate change adaptation opportunities

Project data


Implementing organisation:

Political partner(s):
  • Centro Clima - Brazil

Implementing partner(s):
  • Redeh – Rede de Desenvolvimento Humano

BMU grant:
782.870,00 €

09/2008  till  02/2010


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