Climate Change Adaptive Agriculture Network(CCAAN)

Climate Change Adaptive Agriculture Network (CCAAN) was established by Share the Planet, a Japanese NGO, with the aim of establishing agriculture that is resilient to natural disasters in Bangladesh. Through our projects, we promote sustainable agricultural practices that are resilient to climate change.

Our Networks

The names of participating NGOs and their main activities are listed below.

Share the Planet Association

Share the Planet Association

Share the Planet Association is a general incorporated association established with the aim of contributing to international mutual understanding. Founded in2014 to contribute to local communities overseas and the development of healthy civil society, it provides training and support for overseas development cooperation and NGOs. In order to carry out sustainable activities, it works not only with NGOs but also with governments and international organizations, creating a major impact on society.


An organization that operates mainly in the Hobgunj District in northeastern Bangladesh. They collaborate with the government to promote agricultural extension activities to reduce the risk of disasters such as flash floods caused by climate change in the haor (large wetland area).

Bangladesh Resource Center for Indigenous Knowledge

They are implementing farmer participatory development in Bangladesh nationwide. They are digging up farmers’ experiences and wisdom to practice sustainable agriculture. They are working with the association to promote disaster-resistant agriculture in the Haor region of Netrokona district in the north and in the ethnic minority villages on the Indian border.

Protidwhani Somaj Unnayan Sangstha

They provide support to poor families in Chuadanga District, southwestern Bangladesh. They work with the organization to reduce the use of well water for irrigation and promote safe food production agriculture.


An organization active mainly in Kaligonj upazila in Jhenaidah District, southwestern Bangladesh. We work together with the organization to promote agriculture that does not rely on well water irrigation.

Others, Asia Arsenic Network,
Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI),
International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
employees and others are participating in the activity.

Project Map

In the agricultural sector of Bangladesh, which is affected by climate change, we are conducting practical activities to reduce the generation of greenhouse gases and to spread varieties and farming methods that are adapted to climate change. We are implementing this in collaboration with the government and local governments.