The Climate Vulnerability Assessment: Making Fiji Climate Resilient, funded by the ACP-EU NDRR Program also included virtual reality (VR) support material to enhance the messages outlined in the report. The VR video is accessible at: https://goo.gl/sQPgdr
In the frame of the Building Climate Resilience in Tanzania Water Sector project funded by the ACP-EU NDRR Program, Ramani Huria is a community-based mapping activity in Dar es Salaam training university students and local community members to create highly accurate maps of the most flood-prone areas in the city. Tanzanians are mapping their own city in order to solve flooding using better urban planning, better drainage and maintenance and better community waste management.
May 2016 - The five-year project known as CRISP was launched in 2014 under the Solomon Islands Government, through the Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management and Meteorology, with the financial backing of the ACP-EU NDRR Program and Global Environment Facility fund for Least Developing Countries.
The project aims to address natural hazards and climate change risks by strengthening climate and disaster risk information, early warning systems, and direct community investments in climate change adaptation and DRR.
This video highlights the GFDRR and World Bank ACP EU Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Program. It covers ACP EU’s work to support Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation activities in ACP countries through technical assistance, capacity building and advisory/analytical work.