Assessment Report on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Integrated Risk Management (IRM) Practices in Six Municipalities of the Ajara Autonomous Republic

16 Nov 2018
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The assessment of climate change adaptation and integrated disaster risk management practices in the Ajara Autonomous Republic and its territorial units was done on the basis of a review of the current institutional and legal framework and a review of documents (legal acts, policy documents, strategies, project materials, etc.) retrieved as a part of the activities of the research. Together with a desk review of the available documentation, an analysis was conducted of the information gained as a result of consultation meetings with stakeholders.  A detailed description of the issues revealed through the study and recommendations for addressing them are provided in the following report.

This publication was prepared by a coalition of NGOs: Black Sea Eco Academy (BSEA), Environment and Development (ED) and Bridge – Innovation and Development, with the support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

 

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