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Key Lessons from the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (Vol. 2) : Shaping Climate Resilience for Transformational Change : Interactive Platform (English)

The top 10 Key Lessons from the PPCR highlight critical and strategic aspects that need to be considered in resilience planning and implementation. These lessons underscore the importance of institutional arrangements; information on climate vulnerabilities; leveraging finance; transforming at scale; engaging stakeholders; dedicated learning fora; engaging private sector; core indicators and monitoring; responsiveness to country context; and where relevant regional programming. These findings and observations are not theoretical but based on real experiences of country counterparts and multi-lateral development bank (MDB) teams over the planning and early implementation phase of the PPCR. The Knowledge Product (KP) also provides links to detailed supporting materials for optimal use of the information in your work.

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  • Author

    Rigaud,Kanta K., Hoffer,Ronald N., Ahmed,Kazi Fateha, Gaensly Cordeiro,Laura, Kapila,Shaanti Marie, Shrestha,Junu, Chaturvedi,Akshatvishal Rohitshyam

  • Document Date

    2015/06/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    152975

  • Volume No

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/10/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Shaping Climate Resilience for Transformational Change : Interactive Platform

  • Keywords

    Pilot Program for Climate Resilience; Strategic Program for Climate Resilience; sustainable land management; resilience to climate change; Water Resource Management; water supply and sanitation; response to climate change; Clean Technology Fund; Technical and Financial Partners; road and bridges; country case study; river basin management; water sector; Climate Risk; long-term climate change; private sector engagement; regional development strategy; low carbon technology; investments in infrastructure; planning and design; transport and energy; national water resource; management of risk; direct financial support; priorities and strategy; public investment expenditure; national development plan; senior government official; national development planning; African Development Fund; capacity-building effort; climate related disaster; Disaster Risk; Programmatic Approach; climate finance; climate services; international expert; stakeholder engagement; investment phase; resilient development; climate variability; strategic approach; climate impact; concessional loan; recipient countries; shared learning; flood protection; investment fund; climate adaptation; funding source; investment program; hydrometeorological service; rural district; transaction cost; other sectors; pipeline investment; road sector; effective approach; results framework; transport tourism; climate information; Road Networks; noncommercial purposes; management responsibility; cross-sectoral program; south-south exchange; damage cost; road design; new horizon; capacity limitation; economic sector; formal approval; municipal authority; vulnerable area; general population; severe flood; other development; coastal embankments; partner country; vulnerable group; Natural Resources; subsidiary right; risk assessment; Investment priorities; investment priority; national monitoring; stakeholder consultation; water infrastructure; lessons learnt; interagency coordination; adaptation planning; political structure; national progress; several countries; commercial viability; Advisory services; positive relationship; funding mechanism; consultative process; investment need; strategic investment; international partners; decentralized government; national stakeholder; health community; institutional set-up; adaptation initiatives; vulnerable countries; smaller number; local planning; national budget; partnership framework; coordinating mechanism; influencing investment; in work; Cascade Approach; equal representation; rural population; delivery mechanism; climate methods; rural agriculture; energy access; project intervention; climate vulnerability; thematic focus; food insecurity; national strategy; government financing; hydromet services; finance activity; core indicator; local funds; level of policy; watershed management; irrigation canal; program efficiency; comparative advantage; business model; effective frameworks; road standard; institutional strength; development partner; government budgetary; targeted program; major dam; flood resilience; climate model; weather forecast; financial product; regulatory work; system improvement; long-term investment; awareness raising; donor coordination; recent years; road corridor; target water; community water; government capacity; infrastructure in water; early warning; rural community; fund activity; national coordinator; road investment; government fund; thematic area; new roads; government initiative; navigation system; farming families; navigational information; coastal infrastructure; food production

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Rigaud,Kanta K. Hoffer,Ronald N. Ahmed,Kazi Fateha Gaensly Cordeiro,Laura Kapila,Shaanti Marie Shrestha,Junu Chaturvedi,Akshatvishal Rohitshyam

Key Lessons from the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (Vol. 2) : Shaping Climate Resilience for Transformational Change : Interactive Platform (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/419931600149424144/Shaping-Climate-Resilience-for-Transformational-Change-Interactive-Platform