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Theory-based impact evaluation for rural poverty reduction
This course is the fifth in a series of e-learning courses on Rural Poverty Reduction. It considers the importance of evaluation of multisectoral strategies for poverty reduction, and describes and discusses the six principles of which theory based impact evaluations should be based in order to identify and test the causal mechanism through which these strategies leads to certain outcomes.
Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) protocols for acute malnutrition
This course provides guidance to complete the Protocols for the Integrated Phase Classification of chronic food insecurity. It provides step-by step guidance to complete the protocols for each of the four functions of the IPC, and the special protocols for areas with limited or no humanitarian access.
Climate-smart fisheries and aquaculture
This course has been designed to support the inclusion of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) approaches in the fisheries and aquaculture sector. It provides technical knowledge on these concepts and examines how implementation of CSA practices can enhance mitigation and adaptation to climate change in the sector.
This course explores the role of forests and trees in Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA). It takes into consideration the ecosystem services and goods that forests provide, and the importance of forests for the food security of forest-dependent people. It explores the complex relationship between climate change and forests, and how adaptation and mitigation measures can benefit forests, forest-dependent people, and global climate change. The synergies and trade-offs involved in climate-smart forest management are also considered.