This analytical report explores the historical relationships between climate and food security indicators and also analyses the sensitivities of livelihoods to climate risks in Senegal and uses this information to identify who is potentially most at risk. This type of work is instrumental, not only in advancing the climate change and food security dialogue in Senegal, but also in providing concrete inputs for adaptation planning.

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Organization: WFP

Topics: Agriculture and Food, Adaptation, COP22 List of UN Publications

Type of material: Analytical-Technical Document

Publication date: 2014

Language: English