100 million people at least were forced to flee their homes in the past decade, seeking refugee either in or outside their countries. That means more people fleeing than the entire population of Egypt, the world’s 14th most populous country.

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Use of mobile phones holds great promise for identifying and understanding gendered climate change adaptation strategies in rural areas of the Global South. Our authors describe the methodology and results of a case…

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Swift solutions with a sustainable impact – this maxim applies more than ever in combating the coronavirus pandemic. In order to check the spread of the virus, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit…

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Employment

Many people in the Global South have no option to earn an income enabling them a life beyond poverty, let alone a decent living. The situation is particularly volatile in Africa, for the population there will double by…

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Gender inequality, climate vulnerability and state fragility are strongly interlinked, this report states. Thus, gender considerations should also be fully reflected in emerging policy and programming on climate-related…

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