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Non Profits: What can't you get done in your work-week?

Trouble viewing this post? Read it online. Good Afternoon,I am updating our non profit training program—Version 2.0 is set to launch in September—and I want to make sure that it best addresses your needs. I have a 30 second survey that would help tremendously if you could fill it out. We will post the results in a special newsletter. Results are rolling in…See More
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Online Diploma Program: Integrated DRR, CBA, and Rural Development at Online

September 9, 2014 to November 3, 2014
CSDi is announcing the launch of a module of eight online field courses on Integrating DRR, Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change, and Rural Development. These courses begin by introducing basic climate change concepts, participatory disaster preparedness, and mainstreaming them with rural development—and develop as participants identify local community vulnerabilities, identify risks and hazards, investigate appropriate solutions, design participatory M&E plans, develop full…See More
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Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change—Online Diploma at Online

September 9, 2014 to November 3, 2014
Dear Development Cafe Colleagues,CSDi is announcing the launch of a module of four online field courses on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change. These courses begin by introducing basic climate change concepts, and develop as participants identify local community vulnerabilities, investigate appropriate solutions, develop full projects, launch and manage them. Complete information and course syllabi:…See More
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Climate Smart Agriculture Online Learning Course at Worldwide - Online Venue

September 9, 2014 to November 3, 2014
The Center for Sustainable Development—CSDi—is launching a course on Climate Smart Agriculture.This course begins with a participatory mapping of cropping systems, soil and water resources, and climate change related challenges. Adaptation techniques are prioritized to best fit the local context and include:conservation agriculturelow input agriculturecontour barriers to water movementagroforestrywater use conservation and managementcrop residue management and mulchingimproved crop varieties:…See More

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