Supporting communities effected by climate change in Bay of Bengal

Supporting communities effected by climate change in Bay of Bengal

17 December 2014

They are faced with enormous changes to water, agriculture, energy and biodiversity because of climate change. 

Unseasonal rainfall and temperatures means that the very existence of these communities is under threat. Pests pose a major challenge to farmers and high salinity, due to rising sea waters, is creating large swathes of barren land.  

Communities’ livelihoods have been devastated by the effects of climate change. Photo taken by Concern Worldwide, Bangladesh.

Through our Partiban (transformation) project, Concern Worldwide is working with communities to alleviate the effects of climate change and to promote resilience.

Download the evaluation by clicking on the link below. 

Here’s an excerpt from the document: 

Paribartan works with communities to create plans; to improve coping ability; to pilot innovative practices; and to share lessons for advocacy and replication at different levels. All of this is anchored within the community themselves for maximum impact. 

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Supporting communities effected by climate change in Bay of Bengal

Climate change is having a devastating impact on communities in the Bay of Bengal.
  • Paribartan - helping communities cope with climate change in the bay of bengal