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Booklet outlining project's targets and interventions in Gilgit Baltistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Map showing locations of the GLOF-II project in Gilgit-Baltistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Brief for project 'Enhancing Adaptive Capacities of Coastal Communities, especially Women, to Cope with Climate Change-Induced Salinity in Bangladesh' (known locally as the Gender-responsive Coastal Adaptation, or GCA, project)
The objective ot the proposed project is to strengthen resilience or agricultural livelihoods of vulnerable communities, particularly women, in southern ambaowe in the face of uncreasing camale tasss and umpacts. The project presents strong complementarity with the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) investments, especially in value-chain and market development. There is huge potential for synergies between resilience building activities funded by current donor contributions (EU, DID & Sida), as well as any future contributions to the Fund.
The NAPs are carried out in an integrated approach linking to NDCs and contribute to UNDP’s Climate Promise.
Through our work on climate information and early warning systems, UNDP is protecting lives and livelihoods, providing people with the information they need to thrive and enhancing evidence-based decision making.
Ecosystems can significantly reduce the impact of floods, catastrophic storms, and serious droughts, and can offset vast amounts of the world’s carbon emissions. It powers industries and provides fresh water supply, food, shelter, and reliable sources of incomes.
Through this thematic area, UNDP supports the advancement of climate resilient livelihoods for vulnerable communities, including resilient agricultural value chain development.