This blog addresses how Antigua and Barbuda has been able to access climate finance as a small island developing state. While no longer eligible for ODA, climate finance remains essential to help it address inherent vulnerabilities and challenges.
This Adaptation Communication is Antigua and Barbuda’s first ADCOM to the UNFCCC. It captures information on the key climatic drivers and their impacts on the country; national adaptation responses; the adaptation framework; and needs and challenges.
The National Action Plan: Combatting Desertification, Land Degradation & Drought (DLDD) is a result of collaboration between local agencies and stakeholders to craft a national response by the Government and people of Antigua and Barbuda to the UNCCD and
This country profile for Antigua and Barbuda summarizes available evidence on climate hazards, health vulnerabilities, health impacts and progress in health sector efforts towards a climate-resilient health system.
World Health Organization
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Antigua and Barbuda enjoys a strong tourism sector but it struggles with poverty, economic inequality, and unemployment. The country’s efforts to strengthen disaster management is hampered by its non-integration to national development planning.
United States Agency for International Development