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Climate Vulnerability Assessment : Making Fiji Climate Resilient (Inglês)

The country has an area of 18,000 km spread over 332 islands, of which about 110 are inhabited. Most of the population lives on two large islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Fiji faces significant development challenges, and the government has set ambitious development objectives to address them. Economic growth in Fiji has been relatively slow in the last decades. Recently, the 20-year and 5-year National Development Plan was prepared to respond to this situation; its ambitious objectives are to more than double the real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita by 2036 and to provide universal access to all services, including housing, electricity, clean and safe water and sanitation, high-quality education, and health care.


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    Pacific Islands,

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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Climate Vulnerability Assessment : Making Fiji Climate Resilient

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    flood; tropical cyclone; natural hazard; effect of climate change; impact of climate change; natural disaster; Gender-Based Violence; Below the Poverty Line; resilience to climate change; real gross domestic product; access to infrastructure service; Hyogo Framework for Action; Adaptation to Climate Change; marginal utility of consumption; small and medium enterprise; asset loss; social protection system; private sector engagement; social protection program; investment need; sea-level rise; Managing Public Finance; education and health; impact on poverty; health care system; people with disability; urban water system; disaster risk management; natural disaster management; Nature-Based Solutions; Social Safety Nets; availability of data; use by household; Deferred Drawdown Option; climate vulnerability assessment; losses from flood; risk of damage; extreme climate events; Solar Home System; national development plan; standard operating procedure; independent power producer; climate change adaptation; income on food; sea level rise; mean sea level; expenditure employment; low population density; long-term climate change; water-borne disease; Poverty & Inequality; effect of temperature; coastal flood risk; increase in risk; income from agriculture; global temperature rise; availability of water; formal banking system; climate change issue; inclusive economic growth; Disaster Risk Reduction; per capita income; informed decision making; future climate change; road network structure; maintenance and repair; digital elevation model; affordable health care; flood risk management; increase in consumption; efficiency of infrastructure; Natural Resource Management; water sector investment; Support for Agriculture; road user cost; impacts on agriculture; people in poverty; security of tenure; natural disaster risk; return period; safe area; early warning; coastal protection; Energy Sector; informal settlement; sector budget; storm surge; health issue; contingent liabilities; human settlement; contingent liability; financial inclusion; agricultural shock; income earner; improving infrastructure; disaster losses; fishery development; risk analysis; natural risks; international community; food price; heavy precipitation; local production; flood loss; household survey; vulnerable countries; climate model; natural shock; small island; policy priority; public asset; vulnerable population; tourism revenue



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