Who we are
The Inclusive Climate Change Adaptation for a Sustainable Africa (ICCASA) is a nonprofit African based development organization committed to building resilience amongst communities in Africa through a gender-transformative approach. Together with Partners, ICCASA is committed to reducing gender inequalities through breakdown deep-rooted gender stereotypes that impede progress towards greater parity in climate change.
Goal 1: Building the
resilience and enhancing adaptive capacity of women to climate change
Goal 2: Building
institutional capacity for equitable and inclusive governance of climate action
Goal 3: Expanding
economic opportunities of women, youth, indigenous groups in a changing climate.
Goal4: Increasing adaptive capacity and environmental resilience of grass-root communities through capacity building, identifying gender responsive climate change adaptation options in all sectors
Working towards an equitable and inclusive climate resilient tomorrow.
ICCASA aims to enhance adaptive capacity and resilience among communities in Africa through a gender transformative approach and promote gender-responsive climate policy (plans and financing), actions and strategies with a special focus on capacity-building on gender inclusivity. Our thematic areas include
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What People Say
Working in partnership with the ICCASA to tackle the goal of sustainability, gender equality and ecological development in collaboration farmers is the ideal participatory processes of developing context specific and culturally acceptable adapted methods of farming in harmony with nature, organic pest control and disease vector control.....
ICCASA’s way of enhancing the overall awareness and responsiveness to disaster reduction and management in Eastern Africa is to combine citizen science and modern technologies that would help bridge the distance, in time and space, between citizens, especially women, people living with disability and youth and national governments in those crucial first few moments following the disasters.….