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Amir Beg Khusrawi still has vivid memories of a flash flood that swept through his village in Afghanistan’s rugged northeast a decade ago.
United Nations Environment Programme
Vicious circles - violence, vulnerability and climate change
Many of the conditions that shape vulnerability to climate change also increase the likelihood of climate–conflict interactions. The impacts of armed conflict aggravate these conditions further.
Annual Reviews
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2021
This review highlights the prominence of ‘resilience’ in donor interventions, but that there is a continued lack of clarity on how it should be measured or evaluated.
K4D Research Helpdesk (Institute of Development Studies)
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2022
This study provides a review of infectious disease risk financing schemes to draw lessons and recommend solutions for the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) member countries.
Asian Development Bank Central Asian Regional Economic Cooperation Program
The Hindu Kush Himalayas is sometimes called the “Third Pole”, due to having one of the world’s largest concentrations of snow and glaciers. But with the acceleration of the effects of climate change, the glaciers are retreating rapidly.
Stockholm Environment Institute
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2021

This report presents a synthesis of published and ongoing research by REACH which explores the relationship between water security, climate and climate adaptation decisions, drawing on findings from REACH research conducted in Sub-Saharan Africa and South

Oxford University REACH UK Aid
Hydrological data set for the African continent reveals a surprise: Soil moisture, not heavy precipitation, best explains the timing of Africa’s most severe floods.
Eos - AGU
With AfDB support, Africa now has direct access to satellite data to produce forecasts and prediction models that are more responsive to natural and climate disasters.
African Development Bank
2021

In this study, the authors examine: what ocean basins would be the most suitable for future seamless flood-prediction systems; how these ocean basins affect high-flow extremes (hereafter referred as extreme streamflow); and how to integrate such

The drought-displaced Afghan children fill water containers to carry to their tents from a tanker at a camp for internally displaced people on the outskirts of Herat province, Afghanistan (2019)
Climate change, bad water management and decades of conflict have left the country unprepared to face worsening droughts, with many fleeing drought and hunger.
The Third Pole