Climate Resilience and Adaptation
An analysis of Christian Aid's work with local partners and crisis-affected communities on the causes and consequences of climate change, helping the most marginalised to adapt, build resilience and reduce their vulnerability.
Our approaches address the unprecedented scale and impact of existing and future climate risks and shocks across the world.
Key to our success has been the centrality of our partnership approach at national level – with local organisations and affected communities, technical, private sector, and government partners. In defining problems, finding solutions, learning and sharing knowledge, implementing change and speaking out on critical issues, we stand together, building resilience and delivering change through influencing, mobilisation, movements and networks – regionally and globally.
Christian Aid promotes innovation, investment, capacity development and better practices working with the most vulnerable communities, so they can respond to and recover from climate shocks, build thriving, sustainable livelihoods and address loss and damage.