Training manual for climate disaster risk management

Climate change has direct socio-economic impacts on sectors and systems such as agriculture, forestry, fisheries, water resources, human health, human settlements and ecological systems, and hence affects livelihoods in developing countries.In order to prepare adequately for these climate extremes and their associated disasters, there is the need as a country to have an efficient climate risk management system. Such a system should include the provision of appropriate short training programmes for National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) and its sister institutions on climate induced disaster risk management.