Training Resources & Toolkits
Climate Information and Early Warning Systems Communications Toolkit
This toolkit provides National HydroMeteorological Services (NHMS), policy makers, and media and communications for development practitioners with the tools, resources and templates necessary to design and implement an integrated communications strategy.
Training Manual on Water Intergrity
About the manual
The training manual is intended to develop institutional capacities and prepare for change through increased knowledge and enabled action on integrity, transparency and accountability. It provides conceptual groundings, examples of good practices and applications of anti-corruption measures in the implementation of intergrated water resource management.
Topics covered in the manual include:
Designing Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives: A Toolkit for Practitioners
The toolkit is a step-by-step guide on how to develop adaptation initiatives in developing countries. The guide helps to understand how to differentiate between a climate change “adaptation” and a traditional development initiative, and what key elements must be considered when developing and designing an adaptation initiative.It sets out the fundamental components of the design process, the approach to building stakeholder consensus, and key tools and methodologies.
ALM-SGP Photo Story Toolkit - January 2011
Photo Stories are a powerful communication tool that can be used to bring innovative and visually appealing narratives of on-the-ground community projects. Communicating valuable information to a larger audience, Photo Stories offer a simple way compile individual photos in to a video format with captions, audio narration, background music and other features.
This Toolkit for creating Photo Stories benefited from the contributions from the Adaptation Learning Mechanism (ALM) and the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP).
Project Management Training for GEF LDCF, SCCF and AF Project Teams
Asia and Pacific adaptation portfolio includes 31 ongoing projects with a total value of $139 million. Supporting Integrated Climate Change Strategies; advancing Cross-sectoral Climate Resilient Livelihoods and strengthening Climate Information and Early Warning Systems are the main areas of intervention. The cumulative effect of the portfolio in the region can be substantial providing that the implementation pace and delivery can be maintained at expected UNDP standards.