Capacity Development

United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Office in Incheon for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction
Trilateral Cooperation Secretariat
Framing climate change: The need for a human security perspective
This report discusses how climate change has now become the defining issue of the time – and one of the biggest threats to humanity.
Climate Change Financing and Planning in Nepal
This policy brief presents a variety of options for mainstreaming climate finance into the planning and budgeting process of Nepal.
Is flood resilience planning improving- A longitudinal analysis of networks of plans in Boston and Fort Lauderdale
This report discusses how as climate change increases flood risk, there is growing recognition that the multiple plans cities adopt often work at cross purposes and encourage development in areas at risk of current and future flooding.
The city of Lira in Uganda affected by floods
Uganda was one of the nations who first pioneered Forecast-based Financing (FbF).
Guidelines for integrating ccosystem-based adaptation into national adaptation plans
The Guidelines aim to guide adaptation practitioners at national and local levels on how to take different steps when factoring ecosystems functions and services into countries’ NAP processes and instruments.
While governments are key in dealing with resilience to climate change, it’s the ability of the private sector to take action that will make all the difference
Powering Nature-Creating the conditions to enable nature-based solutions
This report interrogates the most prevalent issues blocking the collective ability to unlock nature’s potential and proposes ways in which nature-based solutions can have a profound impact on the future.
Access To flooding mitigation and prevention measures In light Of climate change impact In Gaza
This report discusses how the longstanding closure of the Gaza Strip has a significant impact on the technical capacities of the WASH service providers as it restricts the entry of vital materials.