This documentary captures the experiences of the project `Community Based Adaptation in Vulnerable Coastal Areas of Bangladesh' furnished with innovations and acts as a vehicle to take the learning forward to other coastal areas of Bangladesh and beyond. The project is working with the vulnerable people of Shyamnagar district to improve their resilience against natural disasters, climate change, climatic variability and extreme weather events.
Wildlife Alliance works directly with communities to create sustainable, alternative sources of income. Our community-based agriculture program helps communities develop businesses through land ownership, training in modern-practice farming and marketing, and irrigation projects. This project is based at Sovanna Baitong, in the Cambodian Cardamom Mountains, an area formerly ravaged by illegal logging and wildlife poaching. Through the project, landless slash-and-burn farmers now have the opportunity to achieve a better life for themselves and their children.
Introduction to the impacts of toxic pollution and the work of the Blacksmith Institute. Toxic pollution poses health risks to over 100 million people, particularly children, in low- and middle-income countries. Blacksmith works with local partners, NGOs and governments to cleanup the world's most polluted places.
In Puerto Princesa, a city in the southern Philippines, the government and motorized tricycle drivers have joined forces to reduce noise and air pollution through the use of cleaner technologies, repair and maintenance training, and alternative livelihoods.
Villagers in Viet Nam's Lam Dong Province are seeing their incomes rise under a new initiative that enhances families' livelihoods while protecting the surrounding forests. The project is part of ADB's Poverty and Environment Program.