Climate Change Learning Strategy

Passed in 2012
This strategy aims at improving the country's adaptive capacities by raising the level of awareness, understanding, knowledge and skills as well as to build institutional capacities accordingly. It seeks to make Malawi a "knowledge-driven climate change resilient population" by 2030. The document identifies internal and external factors to reach the stated education goal. Notable strategic pillars are human resources, institutional capacity and sustainable funding. "Key priority areas", such as to incorporate gender in learning activities, are laid out.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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