Joto Afrika - a bilingual briefing series on climate change adaptation in Africa
Joto Afrika, meaning 'Africa is feeling the heat' in Swahili, is a English/French briefing series on climate adaptation which draws lessons, experiences and practical information from across sub-Saharan Africa.
Joto Afrika was conceptualised, developed and produced by the Arid Lands Information Network (ALIN), Kenya, in partnership with IDS Knowledge Services and the AfricaAdapt Network.
- Climate change and the threat to African food security (PDF), July 2009
- Managing Africa's water in a changing climate (PDF), November 2009
- Disaster risk and climate change in Africa (PDF), April 2010
- Forestry and REDD in Africa (PDF), September 2010
- The implications of climate change for health in Africa (PDF), December 2010
- Women as key players in climate adaptation (PDF), March 2011
- The future of pastoralism in a changing climate (PDF), August 2011
- Should Africa take the renewable energy path? (PDF), October 2011
It was supported, in part, through the Mobilising Knowledge for Development (MK4D) project, funded by DFID.