As stated by the GCF, the primary objective of the Recharge Pakistan initiative is to transform the country’s approach to flood and water resource management in local watershed sites in the Indus Basin river system. This will be accomplished by implementing ecosystems-based adaptation (EbA) and green infrastructure interventions, as well as enhancing community-based natural resource management. These activities will address long-term drought and flood resilience, while establishing a paradigm shift for future EbA initiatives in Pakistan.
As stated by the GCF, the World Wildlife Fund, Inc. (WWF), is an international non-governmental organisation. The work of WWF has evolved from saving species and landscapes to addressing the larger global environmental threats and forces that impact them, with people at the centre of its work, and organized around six priority areas for improved environmental management comprising climate, forests, food, freshwater, wildlife and oceans.
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Borrower - World Wildlife Fund, Inc.:
Mr. Paul Hardy - Vice President of Multilateral Affairs
Phone: +1 202 495 4401
National Designated Authority - Ministry of Climate Change:
Address: 3rd Floor, Ministry of Climate Change, LG&RD Complex, G-5/2, Islamabad, Pakistan
Mr. Syed Mujtaba - Additional Secretary, Ministry of Climate Change and Environmental Coordination
Mr. Ahsanullah Khan - Officer in Charge-Climate Finance Unit
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