Climate Change and Resilience

Climate Change and Resilience in Central Asia

Project summary:

The overall objective of the project is to support stability and climate resilient development in the Ferghana Valley, a trans-border area of Kyrgyz Republic, Republics of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The project will improve knowledge of climate-fragility risks amongst stakeholders at local, national and regional levels; facilitate risk-informed policymaking and transboundary resource management; and support practical risk reduction interventions.

Expected results:

The project will focus on four main outputs with corresponding sets of activities:

Output 1: Enhanced knowledge base and capacities to identify and assess climate-driven resilience risks in trans-border areas of Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Republic of Uzbekistan;

Output 2: Technical assistance on the introduction of climate fragility risks into national policies, climate change adaptation and development strategies and plans in Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan and Republic of Uzbekistan provided;

Output 3: Opportunities to promote regional cooperation and awareness on climate and fragility risks created; and

Output 4: Enhanced early warning and prevention measures demonstrated at pilot site/s in the Ferghana Valley

Impact

START DATE

November 2020

END DATE

December 2024

STATUS

Ongoing

PROJECT OFFICE
IMPLEMENTING PARTNER

United Nations Development Programme

DONORS

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

UN DEPT OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PRO

TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS

$690,277

DELIVERY IN PREVIOUS YEARS

2020$0

2021$36,985

2022$514,359

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