Certificate: Climate Change in UNICEF’s Planning and Programming

This 3-hour course was widely distributed both within UNICEF and externally with more than 15,000 enrolments and 5,000 certificates of completion issued.

Why Integrating Climate Change in UNICEF’s Planning and Programming?

Target Audience

Course Learning Objectives

Course at a glance

Module 1: Why Climate Change Matters for UNICEF and the World

Module 2: Stimulating Engagement

Module 3: Understanding Means of Implementation

Module 4: Wrap-up and Review

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South Asia Fellow at Climate Tracker

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