According to ADB, The Sindh Coastal Resilience Sector Project (SCRP) will support the development of a prosperous and resilient coastal region. Enhancing livelihood opportunities in the coastal region requires simultaneous improvement of the physical environment. SCRP will strengthen the building blocks of resilience: the underlying physical and non-physical elements that support the protection, improve health and food security, and enable sustainable development of the communities in the coastal areas.
Risks of recurring damage to livelihoods, land, and freshwater from natural hazards and climate change in the coastal region reduced
|Responsible ADB Officer||Rive, Nathan A.|
|Responsible ADB Department||Sectors Group|
|Responsible ADB Division||Agriculture, Food, Nature, and Rural Development Sector Office (SG-AFNR)|
|Executing Agencies||Planning & Development Department, Sindh|
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