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Forecast-based financing: an animation

A Climate Centre animation by Willow Brugh describes the thinking behind the new humanitarian approach of 'forecast-based financing': see climatecentre.org/programmes-engagement/forecast-based-financing, now being rolled out in Africa and Latin America.

Source: Climate Centre

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    The SEARCA Agriculture and Development Seminar Series last March 28, 2017 featured Dr. Merites M. Buot, Associate Professor, Department of Human Kinetics College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines Los Baños. She talked about
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    During SEARCA ADSS on April 25, 2017, Dr. Diomedes A. Racelis talked about the "Ecotown Approach to Climate Change-Adaptive Local Government Planning in Selected Municipalities in the Philippines." Dr. Diomedes A Racelis is a Professor and
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