This analytical report presents the results of an analysis of case studies from Sudan, India, Rwanda, Mali and Swaziland to find out whether participatory mapping – used in combination with other participatory methods – has had measurable effects for the development of local adaptive capacity. It presents general principles and orientation for practitioners and policymakers involved in adaptation programmes.
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Topics: Agriculture and Food, Adaptation, Public Participation, Capacity Development, COP22 List of UN Publications
Type of material: Analytical-Technical Document
Publication date: 2013