Attribution science, such as that conducted by Raising Risk Awareness, can be used to inform decisions about recovery and climate resilience after an extreme weather event, and in planning for the future.
The current climate in East Africa is characterised by large variability in rainfall with the occurrence of extreme events such as droughts and floods.
This image shows men retrieving water from a well in Northern Kenya.
This image shows women collecting firewood in a dry region in Kenya.
In the arid and dry region of Isiolo in Kenya, a new irrigation scheme is helping communities to learn and adopt new ways and to find an alternative to livestock keeping in order to diversify sources of income to attain self-reliance and resilience to recurring droughts.
This image shows a farmer at work in the arid and dry region of Isiolo in Kenya.
This image shows an irrigation scheme in the dry region of Isiolo in Kenya.
This image shows a woman scooping water in a dry riverbed near Kataboi village in remote Turkana in northern Kenya.