Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 29, 2020
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The proposed TC's general objective is to contribute to strengthening current efforts of Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) member countries to effectively implement climate resilience actions to achieve long-term adaptation to climate change. TC specific objectives are: i) support countries on developing long-term plans for adaptation, in line with their National Determined Contributions (NDCs); ii) foster the generation and practical use of knowledge on disaster and climate change risk as a way to enhance existing disaster and climate change mainstreaming processes (both within IDB and at country level); and iii) support member countries in the development of pre- investment studies to identify adaptation measures that could be further financed through loans and/or international climate funds.
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