The Compilation of Adaptation Project Profiles from the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) based on the National Action Plans (NAPs) serves as a tool for publicizing their priorities.
It is targeted at those in a position to support the LDCs either further develop these into proposals for submission to a funding target or to those able to offer funding to implement these projects.
South Asia topics include the following:
- Bangladesh: Integrated Coastal Area Management and Development of Climate Resilient Cropping Systems;
- Bhutan: Urban Resilience and Advancing Climate Resilience for Water Sector in Bhutan (ACREWAS);
- Nepal: Integrated Green Economy and Green Job Promotion Programme through Sustainable Forest
Management and Circular Economy in the Tarai, Chure Hills and Mountains and Strategic Programme on Reducing Climate Risks and Vulnerabilities, and Capacity Building of Local Governments and Stakeholders on Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Local Level.
The Compilation was retrieved from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and was published in September 2022.
The project profiles collected here are the result of the two NAP Writing Workshops that took place on March 24th to 26th and July 12th to 15th, 2022, in Nairobi, Kenya, and in Siem Reap, Cambodia, respectively.
They summarized project ideas and concepts for implementing adaptation solutions from least developed countries developed during the workshop and continued through follow‐up activities