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Action Research on Rainfall, Hunger and Human Mobility

Through field research in eight countries, national and international advocacy efforts, and community-based interventions, we aspire to advance understanding of the complexities of changing rainfall patterns, their effects on food security and human mobility, and promising community-based adaptation strategies. Our goal: to communicate knowledge, lower risk and advise on food security and migration options to improve the lives of vulnerable people in developing countries.
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Film for Policymakers

Through the Where the Rain Falls film for policymakers, learn how poor people from around the world are facing challenging choices and seeking better options as changing rainfall patterns affect their livelihoods. Through a CARE International and United Nations University study and CARE action on the ground, “Where the Rain Falls” communities, government and civil society organizations are working together to understand rain to enable change.

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Following the completion of the research phase of the project, CARE is focused on applying the knowledge gained to influence policy and practice related to climate change adaptation.
To mark the end of the first phase of the Where the Rain Falls project, CARE France organized a learning event in Chiang Mai, Thailand to document the experiences from the project's community-based adaptation projects in Perú, Tanzania, India, Bangladesh and Thailand.
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On the ground, CARE is implementing community-based adaptation initiatives based on the project’s research in Bangladesh, India, Peru, Tanzania and Thailand.
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