The DRR and CCA programme has been designed in response to the cyclic disasters that have befallen the region in recent times and are certainly part of the wider phenomena associated with global warming. These disasters brought about the loss of both lives and property across the region, and have adversely affected the livelihoods of the communities. It has become urgent, therefore, to help mitigate the impacts of climate change, reduce the risk of natural disasters, and address the retaliative lack of knowledge in local communities about the causes, impacts, and potential mitigation strategies of climate change. It is almost sure that climate change is bound to continue to have adverse effects on livelihoods, especially among fragile communities and the environment.