Climate ChangeToolkits

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CARE have designed two toolkits The first is guide for practitioners for how to address climate change needs at all stages of a projects life cycle. The second is a toolkit for integrating climate change into development projects. More details of each of these can be found below or from the CARE website


CARE Community Based Adaptation Toolkit

This Toolkit responds to practitioner demands for information, tools and guidance to facilitate the design, implementation and management of Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) projects. The interactive toolkit offers a guide for teams working on CBA projects as well as project standards giving teams guidance on how to complete projects and can be tailored to users needs.

This Toolkit has been produced by CARE International, with technical input by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). CARE acknowledges the critical role played by IISD in all stages of Toolkit development.


CARE Toolkit for Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Projects

This Toolkit offers practical, “how to” guidance for integrating climate change adaptation into the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development projects. Its step-bystep structure helps users build climate-resilient projects with sustainable impacts. The Toolkit also includes simple checklists to ensure that development activities don’t increase people’s vulnerability to climate change. It provides guidance and recommended tools for all stages of the project cycle, as well as tools, resources and practical examples from CARE projects around the world. Water resource management and agriculture projects are specifically highlighted, as they were targeted in the early tests of the Toolkit.

Go to About the Toolkit to discover how this Toolkit can work for you.

This Toolkit has been produced by CARE International, with technical input by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). CARE acknowledges the critical role played by IISD in all stages of Toolkit development.



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