|Tuesday 10 May, 13.30 – 15.15, Beurs Lounge|
Because project-based activities alone have limited potential to affect national or sector-wide transformations, many countries are now adopting a programmatic approach that links strategic planning with investment to advance their adaptation agendas. In this session, three countries will share lessons on what has worked and what has not – and what would they do differently - as they work to mainstream resilience into development planning and investment. The presenters will clearly articulate how a programmatic approach has helped them shape investment plans and priorities across key economic sectors and with the participation of diverse stakeholder groups. Participants will interact through Q&A.
|Organised by||Rachel Allen, Shaanti Kapila, Focal Point, Saint Lucia|
|Partners||Climate Investment Funds Administrative Unit (World Bank Group), USA|
Governments of St. Lucia, Zambia and Tajikistan
|Chair||Rachel Allen, Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR), Climate Investment Funds, USA|
|Rapporteur||Shaanti Kapila, Climate Investment Funds (CIF), USA|
Lessons in mainstreaming climate resilience from: