Getting in touch with and speaking to your local European Union contact on your priority climate change projects, particularly in the agricultural sector, is a good starting point for understanding and accessing their funding sources.
You could also make contact with relevant regional organizations implementing GCCA programs in Asia-Pacific. They include: the Mekong River Commission (MRC); the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC); the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP); and the University of the South Pacific (USP).
An assessment is made of each country’s vulnerability to climate change, in particular the risks related to floods, droughts, storms, sea level rise, glacier melting and other impacts, taking into account the proportion of the population at risk. The importance of the agricultural sector, which is regarded by the GCCA as one of the most sensitive to climate change, is also included in this assessment. The assessment incorporates an estimate of the country’s adaptive capacity using the United Nations Development Programme Human Development Index. Eligible countries are also assessed on how engaged they are in regional and international dialogue on climate change.
- The GCCA and the Climate Change Trust Fund (CCTF) Programme in the Maldives: Building a climate change sustainable strategy...
- Increasing Cambodia's Government Capacities to Deal with Climate Change Challenges
- Bangladesh Climate Change Resilience Fund (BCCRF) Improving 10 million lives through climate change (CC) adaptation, mitiga...
- The Global Climate Change Alliance thematic Support to Vanuatu: Mainstreaming climate change adaptation and disaster risk redu..
- Building Climate Resilience in Nepal
- GCCA -Solomon Islands Climate Change Assistance Programme (SICAP)
- Contribution Agreement with Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC)