FP069

Enhancing adaptive capacities of coastal communities, especially women, to cope with climate change induced salinity

Enhancing adaptive capacities of coastal communities, especially women, to cope with climate change induced salinity

  • Status Under implementation
  • Date approved 01 Mar 2018 at B.19
  • Est. completion 12 Oct 2024
  • ESS Category Category B

Strengthening the adaptive capacity of coastal communities, especially women, to cope with the impacts of climate-induced salinity on their livelihoods and water security.

The coastal belt of Bangladesh is vulnerable to cyclones, storm surges, and sea-level rise, which have recently been observed to be becoming more intense. Increased occurrence of these hazards is accelerating saltwater intrusion into the fresh water resources along Bangladesh's coastline. 

The strengthening of adaptive capacities in this project is projected to reduce the adverse impacts to agricultural livelihoods that are freshwater dependent, and to address the availability and quality of drinking water in vulnerable coastal communities. This community-based approach in planning and managing climate-resilient water supply targets the highly vulnerable, specifically women and girls.

The project has an estimated lifespan of 6 years.

Total project value

 

Beneficiaries

 

Direct
245,516
Indirect
473,713
Theme

Adaptation

Result areas

Project timeline

Pipeline

27 May 2015 - 1010 days

Concept note received

27 May 2015

Funding proposal received

29 Aug 2015

Cleared by GCF Secretariat

08 Jul 2016

Cleared by iTAP

12 Dec 2016

Legal opinion on AE's Internal Approval

22 Sep 2017

Approved

01 Mar 2018 - 226 days

Approved by GCF Board

01 Mar 2018

FAA executed

28 Aug 2018

Under implementation

12 Oct 2018 - 637 days so far

FAA effective

12 Oct 2018

Disbursement - USD 4,735,682

15 Jan 2019

Annual Performance Report

01 Mar 2019

Completed

12 Oct 2024 - 1,557 days to go

One region

  • Asia-Pacific

One country

One priority group

  • Least Developed Countries
USD  
  • Financing
    • Private sector
    • Public sector
  • Size
    • Micro
    • Small
    • Medium
    • Large

GCF financing14% disbursed

InstrumentAmount
GrantUSD 24,980,000

Cofinancing

CofinancerInstrumentAmount
Co-FinancingGrantUSD 8,000,000

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Accredited Entity

United Nations Development Programme

Mr. Pradeep Kurukulasuriya
Executive Coordinator and Director, Global Environment Finance
304 East 45th Street, FF-9th Floor, New York, NY, United States
Phone +1 (212) 906-5884
pradeep.kurukulasuriya@undp.org
Mr. Robin Merlier
Environmental Policy Specialist Global Environmental Finance, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support (BPPS)/Global Policy Network
Phone +1 2129065842
robin.merlier@undp.org

National Designated Authority

Bangladesh

Economic Relations Division (ERD), Ministry of Finance

Mr. Monowar Ahmed
Secretary
Economic Relations Division (ERD), Ministry of Finance, Block No:8, Room no:3&4, Shere-e-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Phone +8802-9113743
Phone +8802-9133489
secretary@erd.gov.bd
ahmedmonowar@hotmail.com