Climate change impacts increasingly undermine progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and overcoming poverty reduction in vulnerable developing countries while measures to build resilience (and approaches to finance them) brings various benefits to the people who are highly vulnerable to those climate impacts. The project on Multi-actor Partnership on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Finance mainly focuses on the national-level engagement, capacity development and the establishment of multi-actor partnerships on the climate risk finance in countries like Laos, Sri Lanka, Malawi, Madagascar, Senegal, Philippines, and the Caribbean.
SLYCAN Trust hosted the first national workshop on On July 15, 2020, as part of a project on multi-actor partnerships on climate and disaster risk finance and insurance in the context of the InsuResilience Global Partnership. The event was conducted virtually via Zoom that was converted upon the surge in local COVID-19 cases.
දේශගුණ විපර්යාසවලට මුහුණ දීම සදහා මුළු ලෝකයම විවිධ උප්රකම සොයමින් සිටියි. දිනෙන් දින ඉහළ යන ගෝලීය උෂ්ණත්වයට හරිතාගාර වායු විමෝචනය සෘජුව බලපෑම් ඇති කරයි. වායුගෝලයේ කාබන්ඩයොක්සයිඩ් ප්රතිශතය ඉහළයෑම ස්වභාවිකව පාලනය කර ගැනීම හැර වෙනත් විකල්ප සෙවීම දුෂ්කර වී තිබේ.
Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) are a key component underthe Paris Agreement. Bangladesh has submitted its first NDCs in 2015 andoutlined its intended actions across ten different sectors: Food security, livelihoods,and health protection, disaster management, coastal zone management, floodcontrol and erosion protection, climate resilient infrastructure, ruralelectrification, urban resilience, ecosystem-based adaptation, community-basedwetland and coastal conservation, and capacity building. As Bangladesh is oneof the most vulnerable countries to the impacts of climate change, implementingthe adaptation and loss and damage components of its NDCs is of greatimportance. Accordingly, Bangladesh has included not only mitigation actionsbut also adaptation components into its NDCs.