Summary:

The toolkit is a step-by-step guide on how to develop adaptation initiatives in developing countries. The guide helps to understand how to differentiate between a climate change “adaptation” and a traditional development initiative, and what key elements must be considered when developing and designing an adaptation initiative.It sets out the fundamental components of the design process, the approach to building stakeholder consensus, and key tools and methodologies. The toolkit is breaking grounds being one of the first hands-on guides assisting developing countries to move to low emission climate resilience growth paths while mobilizing financial resources to scale-up good practices with sufficient speed and where most needed.

Leading Organization:
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Funding Source:
GEF-SPA
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