Component 1: Community engagement in coastal vulnerability assessment, adaptation planning and awareness
- CIM Plans reviewed in 25 districts and updated to integrate climate change-induced disaster risk management principles, adopting a Watershed and Ridge to Reef Management approach.
- Village hazard zone relocation plans taking climate risks into account formulated in at least 15 villages in selected districts.
- Training delivered to at least 300 village leaders and CSO representatives in 139 vilalges on reveiw of CIM Plans and relocation planning process integrating climate risks.
Component 2: Integrated Community–Based Coastal Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management measures
- Climate proofing measures implemented on coatal roads and related infrastructre in at least 10 districts and 40 villages
- Shoreline protection measures implemented in at least 10 districts and 40 villages
- Water supply enhanced to withstand climate chnage risks in at least 5 districts and 15 villages
- Food protection measures are implemented in at least 5 districts and 15 villages
Component 3: Institutional strengthening to support climate resilient coastal management policy frameworks
- Revised national organisation and institutional structures for CIM plans implementation
- Village hazard zone relocation handbook prepared to guide further relocation planning activities
- Regulatory procedures for physical works implementation revised with climate chnage risks integrated
- Policymakers and technical officers in the relevant Ministries and Authorities are trained on climate risk assessment and planning processes for coastal adaptation
- Adaptation lessons leaned and best practices generated through the adaptation implementation and related policy processes are captured and disseminated nationally and globally through appropriate mechanisms