CIFAL Scotland - Climate Change: How it Impacts us All




26 juin - 27 juin 2014

Durée de l'évènement:

2 jours


Banishanta, Bangladesh


Local Development


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Participation subject to application approval by UNITAR. Notification will be sent once application selection process has been finalized.
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Deadline for application: 15 Juin 2014


Climate change poses risks for human and natural systems. Furthermore, a changing climate leads to changes in the frequency, intensity, duration, and timing of extreme weather and climate events, with the potential of generating disasters. The severity of impacts of climate related events also depends strongly on the level of vulnerability of communities exposed to such events. Nonetheless, impacts and risks related to climate change can be reduced and managed through adaptation and mitigation.
CIFAL Scotland offers training to community leaders from Bangladesh to learn about Climate Change Adaptation techniques and effectively implement them in their communities. 

But(s) de l'évènement

The workshop aims to empower communities to use their own knowledge and decision-making processes to take action on Climate Change. The workshop will provide demonstrations of Climate Change Adaptation techniques and information about local government policies and initiatives.

Objectifs d'apprentissage

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the basic concepts of Climate Change and identify the reasons for Climate Change locally, regionally and globally
  • Recognize effective ways to adapt to and minimize Climate Change
  • Replicate the BASD Climate Change Adaptation techniques and emergency response training
  • Identify local government policies and initiatives to mitigate Climate Change

Contenu et structure

The workshop consists of  the following modules:

  1. Climate change concepts and reasons
  2. Climate change presentation and group discussion
  3. Methods for communities to adapt and BASD
  4. Climate change adaption techniques
  5. Government policies and initiatives
  6. Disaster preparation and emergency response training
  7. Review of modules and community planning


The workshop will be delivered through:

  • Group training sessions
  • Presentations
  • Group discussions
  • Peer-to-peer learning and experience sharing
  • Demonstrations
  • Planning sessions

Public visé

The beneficiaries of this seminar include community members and leaders from 42 communities in the Khulna and Bagerhat districts of southern Bangladesh.