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VILLAGE VULNERABILITY AND CLIMATE RISK INDEX - Strategic Planning and Action to Strengthen Climate Resilience of Communities in Nusa Tenggara Timor province (SPARC)

Village vulnerability and climate risk index for East Nusa Tenggara, conducted under the project 'Strategic Planning and Action to Strengthen Climate Resilience of Communities in Nusa Tenggara Timor province (SPARC). The report finds that while village vulnerability levels in NTT Province generally declined between 2005 and 2011, if efforts are not made to improve the resilience, vulnerability will likely increase in the future. Adaptation efforts or programs need to be done as early as possible and prioritized in villages with medium to very high climate risks.

Report - 'Science to Practice: Lessons Learnt from Community Based Adaptation in a Semi Arid Region of Indonesia' - Strategic Planning and Action to Strengthen Climate Resilience of Communities in Nusa Tenggara Timor province (SPARC)

The implementation of climate change adaptation activities under the SPARC provide lessons on adaptation efforts, from planning to action. The SPARC offers learnings  which can be grouped into: 1) issues in implementation, 2) awareness on climate change impacts, 3) rules and actions on CCA at the local level, and 4) mainstreaming CCA into local government programs and budget allocations.

Report - Strategic Planning and Action to Strengthen Climate Resilience of Communities in Nusa Tenggara Timor province (SPARC)

The context, solutions, interventions and learnings of the SPARC Project, produced with the support of the Directorate General of Climate Change, Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK), Republic of Indonesia, Development Planning Agency of NTT Province as well as Global Environment Facility and UNDP Indonesia.

Best Practices - Strategic Planning and Action to Strengthen Climate Resilience of Communities in Nusa Tenggara Timor province (SPARC)

The SPARC project in Nusa Tenggara Timor Province was piloted in 21 climate- vulnerable villages in three districts (Manggarai, East Sumba and Sabu Raijua) reaching more than 1000 households. The project interventions were intended to strengthen community’s security in water, food and livelihoods. For the latter, it was undertaken particularly through the diversification of income generating activities. 

Project Fact Sheet - Strategic Planning and Action to Strengthen Climate Resilience of Communities in Nusa Tenggara Timor province (SPARC)

The project 'Strategic Planning and Action to Strengthen Climate Resilience of Communities in Nusa Tenggara Timor province (SPARC)' focused on strengthening and developing climate resilient institutions and rural communities centred around livelihoods, food and water security, to pave the way for climate resilient development in NTT. In particular, it supported long-term solutions with regards to local government and climate resilient development, and climate resilient rural communities.

National Adaptation Plans 2018 - Progress in the process to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans

Eight years into the process of formulating and implementing NAPs, many countries have advanced their process, while others have faced obstacles during the initial stages. This publication makes this information visible and available to a wider audience, to facilitate wider sharing of lessons learnt.

National Adaptation Plans in focus: Lessons from Senegal

This NAP in focus country briefing on the process to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans in Senegal considers firstly the country context and the climate change risks. The groundwork for supporting NAPs is considered, covering the policy, planning and budgetary framework, priority adaptation sectors in the NDC, climate assessments, the implementation of adaptation actions and plans thus far. The briefing contains a timeline of the process to formulate and implement NAPs in Senegal. Challenges, successes and opportunities are also discussed. This publication is available in French and English.

Project banner - Integrated Flood Management to Enhance Climate Resilience of the Vaisigano River Catchment in Samoa (GCF-funded)

With finance from the Green Climate Fund, the Integrated Flood Management to Enhance Climate Resilience of the Vaisigano River Catchment in Samoa project will enable the Government to reduce the impact of recurrent flood-related impacts in the Vaisigano river catchment.

Infographic summarising results of the project 'Addressing the Risks of Climate Induced Disasters in Bhutan through Enhanced National and Local Capacity for Effective Actions' (NAPA-II)

Infographic summarising results of the project 'Addressing the Risks of Climate Induced Disasters in Bhutan through Enhanced National and Local Capacity for Effective Actions' (NAPA-II), 2014-2018

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