The objective is to assess and compile lessons learned from the design and implementation of community-led projects incorporating climate and disaster resilience in the Pacific. Based on this assessment, recommended ways forward for future community-based climate and disaster resilience engagements will be generated.The grant will do so by analyzing (a) the process to engage communities vulnerable to climate and disaster risk, (b) the process of selection for community-led investment as well as (c) approaches to mainstream climate and disaster resilience into community-led projects, and the degree to which they appear to have succeeded in building resilience. This TF was created and approved to allow the team to use the remaining funds in TF0A8654 and link to a new P code. This was because P126596 that was linked to TF0A8654 closed in June 2022. This meant that the planned activities under TF0A8654 could not be completed and thus the funds remaining in the TF could not be committed and disbursed risking the overall outcomes of the grant.
Which Areas of Engagement are covered by this grant?
Open Access to Risk Information
Disaster Risk Finance
Hydromet Services and Early Warning Systems
Inclusive Disaster Risk Management and Gender Equality
The Challenge Fund
Priority 1Understanding disaster risk
Priority 2Strengthening disaster risk governance to manage disaster risk
Priority 3Investing in disaster risk reduction for resilience
Priority 4Enhancing disaster preparedness for effective response and to “Build Back Better” in recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction