Implementation Process for Community-Based Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture



Climate change adaptation can be considered as a socio-institutional learning process. As climate change impacts change over time, adaptation cannot be a one-off intervention, rather, it should be understood as a flexible and iterative process.

The objective of this document is 1) capture and document the different steps carried out in a UN joint programme project in the Philippines to serve as a model for other future community-based adaptation processes at the local level, and 2) document both facilitating and hindering factors in project implementation to allow continuous learning and adjustments during the project as well as to inform future projects. It concludes with identifying success factors and general lessons learned with regards to launching local adaptation processes.

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