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This document gives the Terms of Reference for the Senior Technical Advisor (STA) of the project titled “Strengthening the Resilience of the Cook Islands to Climate Change.” It details the terms of selection, roles and responsibilities, in addition to other deliverables and contract conditions of the STA.
This document gives the Terms of Reference of the Programme Advisory Committee (PAC) for the project titled “Strengthening the Resilience of the Cook Islands to Climate Change.” It details the membership and structure, in addition to other deliverables and the role of PAC.
The Strategic Results Framework document details the targets, baseline and indicators for the various outcomes of the project titled “Strengthening the Resilience of the Cook Islands to Climate Change.”
This document is the Summary Report from the First Live Chat Session on Agriculture Survey Instrument. The First Live Chat Session, held on 19 June 2013, with Professor Robert Mendelsohn and Ali Akram allowed members to discuss issues related to the Agriculture Survey, including the tailored instrument, sampling, testing and coding.
The Summary Report details: Key discussion points, Reflections, and Responses to major concerns.
TACC Uganda - Capacity Development Action Plan to Promote Low Carbon, Climate Change Resilient Development
The capacity development plan developed through a consultative process, aims at addressing policy gaps impeding effective implementation of climate-resilient development priorities. The plan identifies relevant initiatives, institutional capacity gaps and key stakeholders in promoting low carbon development in the Mbale region of Uganda.
This “live” chat event gives you the opportunity to raise questions directly to Professor Robert Mendelsohn and Agha Ali Akram from Yale University. It provides a virtual classroom setting where you can learn not only from the lead experts, but also from your fellow country teams.
The Programme’s Communities of Practice team (Augustine Kwan and Jihyun Kim) and Claudia Ortiz, the Programme Coordinator, are pleased to announce and invite you to participate in the first of a series of ECCA “live” chat events.
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The UNDP Regional Environment Project “Management of Environmental Services and Financing for Sustainable Development” is documenting best practices on climate change in Eastern and Southern Africa showcasing UNDP work on climate change. As part of the support to UNDP country offices to build knowledge management systems and promote information sharing, Country Officers are detailing climate change initiatives in their country that are supported by UNDP.