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The initial National Adaptation Plan (iNAP) responds to the overall objectives of the UNFCCC’s National Adaptation Plan Guidelines for reducing vulnerability to the impacts of climate change.
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This Damage and Loss Assessment (DaLA) covers the damage, losses, and recovery needs following the 2017 landslides and flooding in Sierra Leone.
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‘Greater recognition should be given to the resourcefulness of community-based organisations and to their awareness-raising capabilities.’
The New Humanitarian
A group of people walk trought the heat along the Makeni highway in Sierra Leone
Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone has appointed Africa's first chief heat officer, a mother on a mission to shield her city and her kids from the chaos of climate change. The country has been battling the realities of climate change for decades.
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This report is intended to present real-life evidence of how high quality NbS can deliver positive outcomes for climate, nature and people.
British Overseas NGOs for Development

This brief focuses on the impacts of disasters on poverty and inclusion in Sierra Leone. In Sierra Leone, a large part of the population has been chronically food insecure, at least since the Ebola virus disease epidemic in 2014. Rapid onset events such

World Bank, the

This diagnostic note focuses on the disaster risk management in Sierra Leone as of 2020. Sierra Leone is prone to natural hazards such as floods, landslides, tropical storms, coastal erosion, and droughts that cause severe economic damage and loss of

World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the

This booklet highlights stories of impact from GFDRR’s engagements in International Development Association (IDA) countries. As IDA countries strive to not only build back better in the aftermath of COVID-19, but also sustain and even accelerate the

World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
Sierra Leone today received the first batch of Ebola vaccines donated through the partnership between the WHO and the vaccine manufacturer Johnson & Johnson.
World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa

This report documents how the Government of Sierra Leone used social protection programmes to mitigate the negative impact of the pandemic on vulnerable populations. The report analyses the factors that enabled and constrained the effectiveness of the

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