UNDP Sudan Project Document (June 2009)
The goal of this project is to contribute to reduce the vulnerability and increase the adaptive capacity of Sudan’s agriculture sector to climate change impacts. Following the completion of the National Program of Action (NAPA) for Sudan, the highest priority area for follow-up intervention are those that contribute towards food security under climate change. The objective of the project is to reduce the impact of climate change on food insecurity of small-scale farmers and pastoralists. The project, if successfully implemented,will reduce the vulnerability of rural communities to additional pressures from climate change, including variability. The project focuses on building resilience and adaptive capacity of rural communities relative to their agricultural and water resource management practices, and relative to current and future climate risks.
The Project Document, from June 2009, gives detailed information on the Sudan project. The ProDoc includes a Situation Analysis, with the Global, National and Regional Context, Climate Change Context, Past and Ongoing Activities in the country, Related Donor Assistance, and a Barrier Analysis. Also included is the Project Strategy, Operational Approach, Results and Resources Framework, Budget and Annual Work Plan, Management Arrangements and Coordination Structures, the Monitoring Framework and Evaluation and the Legal Context.