Neither women nor men can flourish without one another and there is no sustainable path to development, poverty reduction and eradication of hunger without gender equality.
Helping communities in Malawi and Rwanda to adapt to their changing climates and help them cope with the damage caused by extreme weather and unpredictable seasons.
Through a three year project, implemented by DPA from 2013 to 2016, we worked to support indigenous communities to retain ownership of their land through communal land titles.
Diversifying livelihoods for smallholder farmers.
Improving food security through sustainable agricultural practices: lessons learned from Zambia.
Addressing the problems of sexual and gender-based violence in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.
Recipes from our partners and their communities overseas, as well as from volunteers and supporters here in Scotland.
Published for our 50th anniversary this book covers SCIAF's work and history from 1965 to 2015.
SCIAF’s paper setting out what we think must be included in Scotland's new Climate Bill.