According to ADB website, the TA will strengthen the resilience of investments in the Pacific by: (1) incorporating climate change and disaster risk management (DRM) considerations into project designs, (2) strengthening integration of climate change and DRM considerations in government planning processes in key sectors in selected countries, and (3) supporting access to climate change financing.
The impact will be strengthened integrated risk management to enhance the climate and disaster resilience of Pacific DMCs. The outcome will be increased climate and disaster resilience of investments in Pacific DMCs. This will be measured by Pacific DMCs adopting procedures for incorporating climate and disaster risk management into sector investments, and increased flow of climate change financing to selected countries.
Project Officer: Roop, James A.
Pacific Department, ADB
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