According to WB documents, the objective of the project is to strengthen early warning systems and climate resilient investments in shoreline protection in RMI. The components of the project are:
Component 1: Institutional Strengthening, Early Warning and Preparedness:(Cost $1.06 M)
Component 2: Strengthening Coastal Resilience:(Cost $2.33 M)
Component 3: Contingency Emergency Response
Component 4: Project and Program Management:(Cost $0.61 M)
Team Leaders: Denis Jean-Jacques Jordy, Simone Lillian Esler
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