According to the bank document, the project aims to support the Rebuild Kerala Initiative for enhancing the State’s resilience against the impacts of natural disasters and climate change. Project key results will include: (i) satisfactory implementation of major recovery activities in line with the RKDPat the State and local levels; (ii) enhanced institutional and financial capacity of the State for managing disaster risks and climate change (e.g., effective emergency preparedness and response, effective coordination on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation across sectors, integrated water resources management, urban resilience, diversified sources of funding for resilient recovery); and (iii) enhanced resilience of critical infrastructure and services in Kerala (e.g., resilient and quality water supply and sanitation services, resilient transportand roads, climate smart agriculture).
Balakrishna Menon Parameswaran, Deepak Singh, Elif Ayhan
Lead Urban Specialist
State of Kerala
Shri. Tom Jose IAS
Dr. Venu V. IAS
Principal Secretary (RKI)
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