There remains tremendous potential for science and technology to better support community resilience building. Unlocking this potential is dependent on strengthening the exchange of knowledge or 'dialogue' between those with scientific and technological risk, directly affected people and those bodies which seek to support them, and HFP efforts have been focused on developing understanding regarding those approaches and frameworks which can best support this process.
Opérationnaliser la science du climat : Un échange entre scientifiques du climat et décisionnaires humanitaires et des politiques de développement Rapport de fin de l’atelier du projet et principales conclusions des études expérimentales entreprises au Sénégal et au Kenya
This report, in French, brings together findings from the operationalising climate science Senegal and Kenya Case Studies.
Operationalising climate science: An exchange between climate scientists and humanitarian and development policy makers: Senegal Demonstration Case Study
This report looks to identify way in which ongoing and future climate science research could better support community resilience and create sustained and transferable learning in Senegal.