Institutional Strengthening in Pacific Island Countries to Adapt to Climate Change (ISACC) Project

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Description

The goal of the regional project is to strengthen the national institutional capacity of countries to effectively plan for, coordinate and respond to the adverse impacts of climate change. The project will build on multi-sector, whole-of-island approaches that have been implemented successfully by regional climate change projects and that continue to be sustained by a range of partners through pooling of resources and expertise.

Key result areas
i. Integrated insttutonal frameworks and natonal capacity strengthened to support mult-sectoral approaches to climate change and disaster risks.
ii. Access to new climate change fnance enhanced through improved capacity, systems and tools.
iii. Regional cooperaton and coordinaton strengthened through augmented natonal capacity, delivered through shared learning, to support natonal responses to climate and disaster risks.
 

 

Project Status
Start Date
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
End Date
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Duration
5
Short Title
ISACC Project
Project Type
Total Funding
3 million
Donor Currency
USD
Project Scope
Project Objectives

i. Integrated institutional frameworks and national capacity strengthened to support multi-sectoral approaches to climate change and disaster risks.

ii. Access to new climate change finance enhanced through improved capacity, systems and tools.

iii. Regional cooperation and coordination strengthened through augmented national capacity, delivered through shared learning, to support national responses to climate and disaster risks.

Office of Climate Change
Implementing Agency Contacts: 
Vuki Buadromo
Development Partner: 
United States Agency for International Development