Resilient Communities through climate smart livelihoods in Kayes, Mali Agriculture is the primary source of livelihoods in Mali, while the country is one the poorest in the world. There exist innovative opportunities to tackle the vulnerabilities to natural hazards and risks, which this project will apply. The region Kayes in Mali
The project combines climate smart livelihood strategies (CSLS) with disaster risk reduction (DRR) approaches and harnessing the power of data, which together (ICSLS) increase considerably and sustainably the resilience of communities. Communities are better protected, they can better manage risks, and they will grow stronger socially and economically.
Direct beneficiaries are: Farmers groups, women groups, household chiefs, women, men and youth of the 27 villages og of the communes of Tafacirga, Sony and Kemene-Tambo.