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2012

Addressing the Risk of Climate-induced Disasters through Enhanced National and Local Capacity for Effective Actions

Bhutan

Titre : Addressing the Risk of Climate-induced Disasters through Enhanced National and Local Capacity for Effective Actions

Pays : Bhutan

Approuvé le : 2012-05-15

GEF Agency : United Nations Development Programme

Description
To increase national, local and community capacity to prepare for and respond to climate-induced multi-hazards to reduce potential losses of human lives, national economic infrastructure, livelihoods and livelihood assets

Expected Outputs
1. Protection of Pasakha Industrial area from flooding events through river bank protection, river training and development of flood buffer zones
2. Slope stabilization to reduce climate-induced landslides in the Phuntsholing township
3. Integrated risk hazard assessment and mapping completed in 4 critical landslide and flashflood prone areas with data collection standards compatible with the national database
4. Climate-resilient water harvesting, storage and distribution systems designed, built and rehabilitated in at least four Dzongkhags, based on observed and projected changes in rainfall patterns and intensity
5. Community-level water resource inventory completed and maintained by Dzongkhag administration to increase the adaptive capacity of communities in the face of increasing water scarcity
6. Disaster Management Institutions at various levels established and trained in four Dzongkhags to prepare for, and respond to, more frequent and intense floods, storm and wildfire events
7. Enhanced quality, availability and transfer of real-time climate data in all Dzongkhags which experience increasing frequency and/or intensity of extreme hydro-meteorological events
8. Increased effectiveness of National Weather and Flood Forecasting and Warning Center through improved capacity to analyze, manage and disseminate climate information in a timely manner

Informations financières
GEF Grant : 11,591,200 USD
Cofinancing Total : 45,798,000 USD
Project Cost : 57,389,200 USD

GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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