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2008

Building Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to Climate Change in the Water Sector in Cape Verde

Cape Verde

Titre : Building Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to Climate Change in the Water Sector in Cape Verde

Pays : Cape Verde

Approuvé le : May 01, 2008

Organisme d’exécution : National Institute for Water Resources Management (INGRH)
Organisme de financement : Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF) PNUD

Finalité et objectifs
To increase resilience and enhance key adaptive capacity to address the additional risks posed by climate change to the water sector in Cape Verde.

Expected Outputs
1. Training on integrating climate risks into water resource management conducted for relevant agencies/departments (including water and meteorological agencies)
2. Climate change resilience water management plans revised and/or adopted e.g. municipal IWRM plans, local environment plans ;
3. Raised awareness, using appropriate means, on climate change, vulnerability and adaptation for local communities and key national policymakers (e.g. parliamentarians) ;
4. Systematic support for producing detailed maps of climate change implications on water availability.
5. Pilot demonstration activities for climate resilient water harvesting and storage facilities developed (e.g. micro systems, canals, irrigation systems, wind traps, underground screens to prevent groundwater seepage, water treatment technologies) ;
6. Climate change risk management measures adopted by water distribution facilities

Informations financières
GEF Grant : 3,100,000 US$
Cofinancing Total : 13,680,000 US$
Project Cost : 16,780,000 US$

GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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