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Community resilience assessment and climate change adaptation planning: A Vietnamese Guidebook

Source(s):  University of the Sunshine Coast (USC)

This guide, written in English and Vietnamese, provides a simple tool for the rapid assessment of community resilience and adaptation option identification. It is structured around four key community development outcomes. Undertaking the assessment and policy dialogue will help to:

  • Identify priority needs for improving community resilience;
  • Identify barriers and opportunities for climate resilient development;
  • Encourage communication across government departments and between government NGOs and donors about climate change impacts and effective adaptation;
  • Identify integrative and locally relevant adaptation options

The guide is developed for provincial and commune leaders and NGOs requiring a cost-effective way to support climate resilient development planning without a detailed vulnerability assessment. 

Format

Format Printed documents

Target audiences

Primary

Group: Adults




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  • Year of publication 2016
  • Author(s) Tran, Tuan., Tran, P., Tran, T.A. and Jacobson, C.
  • Language(s) English, Vietnamese
  • Price Free
  • ISBN/ISSN 1-925476-04-9 / 978-1-925476-04-0

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