LINEX-CCA project completed!!

The 3-year LINEX-CCA project supported by Misereor in the group of three Asian countries - Cambodia, India and Nepal - was completed in December 2014.

LINEX-CCA India report Jan-June 2013

Local innovation and experimentation: an entry point to climate-change adaptation for sustainable livelihoods in Asia

Progress report from INHERE / Prolinnova-India for January-June 2013.

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2013 meeting of LINEX–CCA partners

Members of the Prolinnova country platforms in Cambodia, India and Nepal involved in the LINEX–CCA (Local INnovation and EXperimentation for Climate Change Adaptation) project supported by Misereor, Germany, met on 25 May 2013, ahead of the Prolinnova International Partners Workshop (IPW). Suman Manandhar (LI-BIRD, Nepal), Sonali Bisht (INHERE, India), Sam Vitou (CEDAC, Cambodia) and Chesha Wettasinha (ETC Foundation, Netherlands) attended the meeting. The main issues discussed were: community perceptions on the impacts of climate change as identified through the baseline studies; local innovation to adapt to these impacts and how it can be supported through a process of participatory innovation development (PID); and capacity building of communities and local stakeholders to engage in a process of PID. The Asian CP partners of LINEX–CCA and the CP partners in the CLIC–SR (Combining Local Innovative Capacity with Scientific Research) project in eastern Africa had a joint session in monitoring and evaluation facilitated by Prolinnova International Support Team member Marise Espineli from IIRR in the Philippines.

LINEX-CCA regional project progress report for 2012

During the first year of implementation of the LINEX-CCA project, partners in Cambodia, India and Nepal were involved in: selecting appropriate sites, conducting studies to assess the perceptions of local communities on climate change and identifying local innovations to adapt to climate change. They also had meetings with local-level stakeholders and conducted awareness sessions on participatory innovation development (PID) and climate change adaptation for community members as well as staff of partner organisations.
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