Extended Community Climate Change Project-Flood (ECCCP-Flood)
Increasing the resilience of poor, marginalized and climate-vulnerable communities in flood-prone areas of Bangladesh.
Flooding in Bangladesh, while common and seasonal, is projected to increase in both frequency and intensity resulting from climate change. Increased flooding will require additional investments to reduce the impacts of climate variability and extreme events.
This project focuses on community-led and gender-sensitive adaptation. Based in five flood-prone districts, it will prioritise female-led households. It is based on consultative adaptation models which have already proved to be successful.
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- Public sector
GCF financing16% disbursed
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Extended Community Climate Change Project-Flood (ECCCP-Flood) PKSF SAP008
||Approved funding proposal||04 Dec 2019|
Gender action plan for SAP008: Extended Community Climate Change Project-Flood (ECCCP-Flood) PKSF SAP008
||Gender action plan||22 Oct 2019|
Gender assessment for SAP008: Extended Community Climate Change Project-Flood (ECCCP-Flood) PKSF SAP008
||Gender assessment||22 Oct 2019|