Reports and Publications by country teams

Reports and Publications by country teams

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Ethiopia SCALA Inception Report

This Inception Report complements SCALA Ethiopia project documentation with the outcomes of the inception activities. It specifies the SCALA inception activities undertaken by UNDP and FAO, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), and the Environment, Forest, and Climate Change Commission (EFCCC) to determine the scope and areas of SCALA programme implementation in Ethiopia. 

TCAP - Gender Strategy And Action Plan

Gender equality is a fundamental human right. The Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation Project (TCAP) was formulated cognizant of this right. Distinct effort has been made to promote gender equality and increase socio-economic gender empowerment in the project implementation. In the Funding Proposal (FP) Output 3.1 of the project envisaged that “all outer islands strategic plans and annual budgets integrate island-specific climate risks through existing gender responsive, participatory processes”.

Geoportal Mali

Le Géoportail du PGRCI (www.geoportail-pgrci) est une base de données spatiale en ligne qui permet de visualiser et de télécharger des produits cartographiques en lien avec les activités au projet ou développés au cours des différentes études commanditées par le projet.

Concept Design Report - Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation Project

Tuvalu is the fourth smallest nation in the world in land area with a population of just over 10,000. It is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to the impacts of climate change and particularly sea-level rise and the possibility of intensifying storm events. Recent cyclones have caused population displacement, significant loss and damage of infrastructure as well as destruction of agricultural resources, contamination of ground water and changes in shoreline systems. Such impacts negatively affect the wellbeing of communities and long-term sustainable development aspirations.

Adaptation Fund Climate Innovation Accelerator - At a glance

The Adaptation Fund has launched a new USD 10 million pilot small grants programme (Adaptation Fund Climate Innovation Accelerator, AFCIA) to foster innovation in adaptation in developing countries at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25) in Madrid. The AFCIA targets a broad range of potential finance recipients, including governments, non-governmental organisations, community groups, young innovators and other groups.

Enhancing Climate Resilience of India’s Coastal Communities Project Overview

The 'Enhancing Climate Resilience of India’s Coastal Communities' project supports the Government of India to enhance the resilience of vulnerable coastal communities to climate change. The project will shift the paradigm for coastal governance towards a new approach by integrating ecosystem-centred and community-based approaches to adaptation into coastal management and planning.

Case study: how Thailand is integrating agriculture into its climate adaptation plans

This country case study on Thailand is part of a series that describes the steps taken to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), with a particular emphasis on adaptation in agriculture (including forestry, livestock and fisheries). The series aims to provide national policy makers with valuable information from colleagues and counterparts in Asia, Africa and Latin America who are on the same NAP journey to address the multiple challenges posed by climate change.



Safeguarding livelihoods and promoting resilience through National Adaptation Plans–Case study: The Philippines

The case study series aims to show the links between long-term adaptation planning/NAPs and activities supported by the NAP-Ag programme in the Philippines as well as the resulting impacts. The preparation of this case study is based on a review of country reports and publications, as well as interviews with the NAP-Ag country coordinator and team members, representatives from agencies with CCA responsibilities In the DA, CCC, PAGASA, National Economic and Development Authority and partner organization.



A main achievement of the ICCCAS Project was the launch of a Community Climate Change Fund to promote the development of community based solutions to address climate impact. Prior to the fund, little if any resources where available to communites to address these impacts. The success of the fund, led to the development of a feasibility study to identify a route forward towards institutionalizing and upscaling the community fund into a large national environmental fund. The report provides this anaylis.