Managing Disaster Differently: Shock-Sensitive Social Protection in Malawi

Climate change adaptation for smallholder farmers in the Lake Chad Basin

Cash transfers and climate change resilience in Africa

BLOG: By 2050, if we have increased Earth’s temperatures another 0.5 degree Celsius past preindustrial levels, as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change anticipates, the U.S. can expect a wave of climate migrants, mostly internal, fleeing agricultural regions and coastal cities.


The Global Commission on Adaptation seeks to highlight the adaptation challenges confronting poor people, notably poor farmers whose livelihoods are fragile and dependent on the weather and launch a year of action to begin rising to meet this challenge. 

In this seminar, IFPRI researchers advance paths towards meeting the adaptation challenge by doing more, better, and new.



    Sustainable social protection systems will become increasingly critical to provide support in a fast-changing world of work, speakers told a high-level forum at the Centenary International Labour Conference. Participants at a forum held at the International Labour Conference (ILC) discussed how digitalization, demographic shifts, climate change and globalization will affect the way people manage transitions during the course of their lives. 


    Adaptive and Shock Responsive Social Protection in the Caribbean: Putting People at the Centre of Resilience and Response

    Five key principles for adaptive social protection programming

    Is my social protection programme ‘shock-responsive’ or ‘adaptive’?

    Maldives was one of the world’s 20 poorest countries in the early 1980s. Three decades later, its inhabitants enjoy the same levels of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita and human development outcomes as a middle-income country. Over the past 30 years, Maldives has successfully built on its extraordinary natural assets to promote growth and socioeconomic development.