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The Resilience Exchange

Living, global library of solutions for the SDGs shared by social entrepreneurs and the funders who support them.

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China, Malawi and UNDP collaborated on a project to strengthen disaster management and risk reduction for poor and vulnerable communities in Malawi. In particular, the project focused on Malawi’s 15 identified disaster-prone districts, specifically to reduce social, environmental and economic losses resulting from natural disasters and especially flooding.
The China-Malawi-UNDP Cooperation Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Project

China, Malawi and UNDP collaborated on a project to strengthen disaster management and risk reduction for poor and vulnerable communities in Malawi. In particular, the project focused on Malawi’s 15 identified disaster-prone districts, specifically to reduce social, environmental and economic losses resulting from natural disasters and especially flooding.

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UNDP together with governments of China, Ghana and Zambia, the private sector and research institutions from China conducted a triangular cooperation project aimed at electrification of rural communities through the creation of an enabling environment to scale-up renewable energy.
Electrification of Rural Communities in Ghana and Zambia

UNDP together with governments of China, Ghana and Zambia, the private sector and research institutions from China conducted a triangular cooperation project aimed at electrification of rural communities through the creation of an enabling environment to scale-up renewable energy.

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In order to address climate change, the UN Secretariat (EOSG) and UNDP China jointly spearheaded an initiative that identifies innovative approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation through the establishment of a platform for the Alliance of Climate-Friendly Communities through South-South cooperation. The main purpose of the Southern Alliance of Climate Friendly Communities is to bring together potential south-south cooperation partners such that they can share and learn good development practice approaches.
A Platform for the Alliance of Climate-Friendly Communities through South-South Cooperation

In order to address climate change, the UN Secretariat (EOSG) and UNDP China jointly spearheaded an initiative that identifies innovative approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation through the establishment of a platform for the Alliance of Climate-Friendly Communities through South-South cooperation. The main purpose of the Southern Alliance of Climate Friendly Communities is to bring together potential south-south cooperation partners such that they can share and learn good development practice approaches.

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To minimise the impact of climate change, Sierra Leone conducted the national wide programme for sustainable management and protection of forest reserve and catchment areas including, mangrove coastal and inland wetlands.
Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Building for Environmental Protection and Management

To minimise the impact of climate change, Sierra Leone conducted the national wide programme for sustainable management and protection of forest reserve and catchment areas including, mangrove coastal and inland wetlands.

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The Hunger Project’s Epicenter Strategy unites 10,000 to 15,000 people in a cluster of villages to create an “epicenter”, a dynamic center where communities are mobilized for action to meet their needs. The Epicenter strategy takes local communities on a path to sustainable self-reliance. In this project, individuals build the confidence to become leaders of their own development, and communities come together to unlock a local capacity for change.
Epicenter Strategy - Empowering Rural Communities to Establish Comprehensive Basic Services for all SDGs

The Hunger Project’s Epicenter Strategy unites 10,000 to 15,000 people in a cluster of villages to create an “epicenter”, a dynamic center where communities are mobilized for action to meet their needs. The Epicenter strategy takes local communities on a path to sustainable self-reliance. In this project, individuals build the confidence to become leaders of their own development, and communities come together to unlock a local capacity for change.

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Purchase from Africans to Africa (PAA Africa) builds productivity and marketing skills of smallholder farmers. The programme has led to a sustainable supply of locally purchased food for thousands of school children and food diversification. The PAA Africa programme builds on the Home Grown School Feeding Programme developed by the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Programme of the African Union, which aims to establish sustainable school feeding programmes relying on domestically produced food. PAA Africa initiated in 2012 and focused on 5 pilot countries Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Niger, and Senegal. Phase II was implemented from 2014 to 2016 in the same countries.

The Programme had the twofold objective of promoting food and nutritional security of vulnerable populations and income generation for smallholder farmers through institutional food purchases for school feeding. PAA Africa aimed to promote the regular access to diverse and nutritious food through school meals and the institutionalization of a secure market for smallholder farmers increasing household incomes. In addition, the Programme sought to provide agricultural support to farmers in order to strengthen local food production systems and address some of the underlying causes of poverty and food insecurity.
Purchase from Africans for Africa

Purchase from Africans to Africa (PAA Africa) builds productivity and marketing skills of smallholder farmers. The programme has led to a sustainable supply of locally purchased food for thousands of school children and food diversification. The PAA Africa programme builds on the Home Grown School Feeding Programme developed by the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Programme of the African Union, which aims to establish sustainable school feeding programmes relying on domestically produced food. PAA Africa initiated in 2012 and focused on 5 pilot countries Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Niger, and Senegal. Phase II was implemented from 2014 to 2016 in the same countries.

The Programme had the twofold objective of promoting food and nutritional security of vulnerable populations and income generation for smallholder farmers through institutional food purchases for school feeding. PAA Africa aimed to promote the regular access to diverse and nutritious food through school meals and the institutionalization of a secure market for smallholder farmers increasing household incomes. In addition, the Programme sought to provide agricultural support to farmers in order to strengthen local food production systems and address some of the underlying causes of poverty and food insecurity.

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Under a community-based programme, known as "Saemaul Initiative Towards Inclusive and Sustainable New Communities (ISNC)," Uganda was able to build on the government's and its development partners' achievements in local development and decentralization by promoting community-based local development through the Saemaul Undong (SMU) model. The overall objective of the project is to scale up proven sustainability innovations, including ICT, environmentally friendly technologies and social enterprises in 15 communities. This project strengthened the capacities of local government to improve inclusive and participatory planning and budgeting.
Uganda Inclusive and Sustainable New Communities Project

Under a community-based programme, known as "Saemaul Initiative Towards Inclusive and Sustainable New Communities (ISNC)," Uganda was able to build on the government's and its development partners' achievements in local development and decentralization by promoting community-based local development through the Saemaul Undong (SMU) model. The overall objective of the project is to scale up proven sustainability innovations, including ICT, environmentally friendly technologies and social enterprises in 15 communities. This project strengthened the capacities of local government to improve inclusive and participatory planning and budgeting.

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