Tools, maps, models and data

More data, models and tools are housed at the CIAT-GCM page.

Gender tools

Overview of tools for gender and social inclusion research recommended by the CCAFS Gender and Social Inclusion Flagship.

CSA Programming and Indicator Tool

The CSA Programming and Indicator Tool has been designed to contribute to address both the need of good instruments for programming, and better metrics for tracking outcomes and impact, and to allow multiple development agencies and agricultural focused programs to share a common framework on how they are currently addressing climate-smart agriculture (CSA), and how they can make their future programming process more climate-smart.

CSA Guide

The website can guide action on implementing climate-smart agriculture.

Guide to UNFCCC negotiations

The aim of the set of tools below is to provide knowledge, information and support to various stages of a campaign focused on the importance of agriculture within climate change negotiations.

Climate Wizard

The Climate Wizard enables technical and non-technical audiences alike to access leading climate change information and visualize the impacts anywhere on Earth. With Climate Wizard users can: view historic temperature and rainfall maps, view state-of-the-art future predictions of temperature and rainfall, and view and download climate change maps in a few easy steps. The website is designed to be integrated within the government or other institutional websites to provide a seamless look and user experience. Developed in cooperation with CIAT.

Climate-Smart Agriculture Plan: A guide to scaling CSA

CSA-Plan is a guide for CSA planning, programming and implementation. Sitting within each component of CSA-Plan are information, tools, and approaches to enable action. Engagement and capacity building are key crosscutting elements of CSA-Plan. CSA-Plan can be applied across levels of decision making. It allows for exchange of information between levels to maximize alignment and integration of information and planning. Developed in cooperation with World Agroforestry Centre and CIAT.