Reports and Publications by country teams

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Community Approaches to Sustainable Land Management and Agroecology Practices

The publication features four themes. These themes reflect the key programming areas where communities and civil society organization have prioritized projects that meets their livelihoods needs and address global environment benefits. These themes and practices relates to agroecology and agribusiness, sustainable forest management, water and energy efficient technologies, management and rehabilitation of degraded pastoral lands.

Evaluation des appuis pour les Activités Génératrices de Revenus (AGR) fournis par le projet – PANA - Résilience

Le projet porte essentiellement sur les principales mesures d’adaptation qui ont été identifiées et retenues au cours du processus d’élaboration du PANA, comme étant prioritaires pour les acteurs aux échelons départemental, communal et villageois ; visant les secteurs d’agriculture et d’élevage, les communautés d’éleveurs et d’agriculteurs. Les groupes des femmes et des enfants sont les plus vulnérables aux effets néfastes des changements climatiques. En effet, les nombreuses années de sécheresse ont contribué à la baisse de la production agropastorale dans certaines zones du pays.

Documenting Best Practice of GEF supported interventions in Ethiopia

The publication highlights best practices which have been identified in four projects financed by the GEF and implemented by the government of Ethiopia with the support of UNDP. The projects focused on climate change, biodiversity and protected area system management.

Résumé Des Études 2014-2016

Comme de nombreux pays dans le monde, la Guinée est vulnérable au changement climatique. Celui-ci est caractérisé par des sècheresses, inondations, vents violents, fortes températures, des glissements de terrains et l’érosion côtière. Les études ont montré que la sécheresse est plus accentuée au nord du pays surtout dans les préfectures de Gaoual, Koundara et Mali limitrophes à des pays sahéliens.

Nepal - Inception Workshop presentation

Inception Workshop:  Country presentation detailing the impacts of climate change on public health in Nepal, as well as poilicies and programmes already in place, upon which the Building Resilience of Health Systems in Asian LDCs to Climate Change project can build.

Nepal

Inception Workshop:  Country presentation detailing the impacts of climate change on public health in Nepal, as well as existing poilicies and opportunties to build upon in the Building Resilience of Health Systems in Asian LDCs to Climate Change project.

Bangladesh - Inception Workshop presentation

Inception Workshop: Country presentation detailing the impacts of climate change on public health in Bangladesh, as well as policies and programmes already in place to address these challenges - upon which the Building Resilience of Health Systems in Asian LDCs to Climate Change project can build. 

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Moldova's Policy and Planning

As part of the Project Supporting Moldova’s National Climate Change Adaptation Planning Process supported by the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) with funding from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management and implemented by UNDP Moldova in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and its Climate Change Office.

SPARC Project Best Practices

SPARC is a climate adaptation project (2013-2016) implemented by the Indonesian Ministry of Environment & Forestry and East Nusa Tenggara Government with financing support from Special Climate Change Fund of Global Environment Facility (GEF) through United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). This document outilines best practices for strategic planning and actions to strengthen climate resilience of rural communities in the province of East Nusa Tenggara Province.

Report on Strengthening Climate Information and Early Warning Systems (SCIEWS) Projects’ Team Exposure Visit to the Philippines

UNDP-supported GEF-Financed Climate Information and Early Warning Systems Projects in Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia recently toured meteorological facilities in the Philippines on a South-South technology and knowledge transfer mission to see first-hand how an extensive weather and climate observing network can be deployed through Automated Weather Stations (AWS).

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