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Ced Hesse is a researcher with the International Institute for Environment and Development, in London. Ced’s experience is on the livelihoods of dryland areas, particularly pastoralism, and his work focuses on delivering devolved financial mechanisms to access and manage climate finance, enabling community prioritization of funds, resilience planning and developing systems for tracking the impacts of adaptation. He is currently working on mainstreaming climate adaptation into local government planning in Kenya, Mali, Senegal and Tanzania.