COP26: Climate change case studies from UK Aid Match grant holders


Categories: Events, Learning, Project impact
10 November 2021

Useful top tips for charities

To mark COP26 (opens in a new tab), we are sharing stories from three UK Aid Match (opens in a new tab) grant holders who provide tips and advice on how to successfully integrate climate-resilient practices into project interventions.

Read the three case studies from Trócaire, Care International and Send A Cow by selecting the links on or underneath the photos below.

 Trócaire
Watershed Management Committee members in the UK Aid Match funded project Enhancing climate change adaptation and disaster resilience in rural communities of Northern Ethiopia, run by Trócaire.

Find out how Trócaire (opens in a new tab) successfully built climate resilience into a UK Aid Match project using integrated watershed management. Download case study (PDF, 316KB).

Taji Azaria, participant in the UK Aid Match funded project Help Her Live Learn and Earn (HELP), run by Care International

In this case study, find out how Care International (opens in a new tab) has successfully built climate resilience into a UK Aid Match project. Download case study (PDF, 292KB) (opens in a new tab).

Caroline Mulango: participant in the UK Aid Match funded project ‘Improving Nutrition for Women and Children in Western Kenya, run by Send A Cow.

Find out how Send A Cow (opens in a new tab) has generated an organisational approach to climate change resilience. Download case study (PDF, 270KB).