Climate services and diversification of climate sensitive livelihoods to empower food insecure and vulnerable communities in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Rural households in Kyrgyzstan are impacted by the climate changes effects of increasing temperatures and more variable rainfall patterns, which increases the risk of floods and mudflows in spring and severe drought in summer. This is expected to pose increased uncertainty and risks for farming households, which will need to adapt their agricultural practices and livelihoods to the changing climate.
The project will support vulnerable rural communities to better manage climate risks, including increased weather variability. This will include enhanced provision of climate services, local-level adaptation planning, small-scale climate risk reduction infrastructure, and livelihood diversification, which strengthens the overall economic resilience of communities in the face of greater risks to the agricultural sector.
The project has an estimated lifespan of 4 years.
- Private sector
- Public sector
GCF Project Team
General media inquiriesGCF Communications
Phone +82 32 458 7751
Request for informationGCF Information Disclosure
Request information about this project
Project complaints and grievancesGCF Independent Redress Mechanism (IRM)
Phone +82 32 458 6157
File a complaint
Integrity issuesGCF Independent Integrity Unity (IIU)
Phone +82 32 458 6155
Chief, Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes Unit
Via Cesare Giulio Viola 68, Rome, Italy
Programme Policy Officer, Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes Unit
Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programme Unit, WFP, Rome, Italy