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Experiences of integrating agriculture in sectoral and national adaptation planning processes: Case study Thailand

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    Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP–Ag) Programme - Case study: Philippines
    Safeguarding livelihoods and promoting resilience through National Adaptation Plans
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    This case study on the Philippines is part of a series that describes the steps taken to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), with a particular emphasis on adaptation in agriculture (including forestry, livestock and fisheries). This series aims to provide national policymakers with valuable information from colleagues and counterparts in Asia, Africa and Latin America who are on the same adaptation planning journey to address the multiple challenges posed by climate change. Each case study describes the contribution and lessons learnt from the UNDP-FAO Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag) programme, funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) through the International Climate Initiative (IKI). The contribution of this work to achieving national and international development and climate change goals (e.g. particularly the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals) is also presented. The case study series aims to show the links between long-term adaptation planning/NAPs and activities supported by the NAP-Ag programme in the Philippines as well as the resulting impacts. The preparation of this case study is based on a review of country reports and publications, as well as interviews with the NAP-Ag country coordinator and team members, representatives from agencies with CCA responsibilities In the DA, CCC, PAGASA, National Economic and Development Authority and partner organizations.
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    Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP–Ag) Programme
    Experiences of integrating agriculture in sectoral and national adaptation planning processes: Viet Nam case study
    2020
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    This case study on Viet Nam is part of a series that describes the steps taken to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), with an emphasis on adaptation in agriculture (including forestry, livestock and fisheries). This series will provide national policymakers with valuable information from colleagues and counterparts in Asia, Africa and Latin America who are on the same NAP journey, to address the multiple challenges posed by climate change to agriculture sectors and livelihoods. Where possible, the case study series aims to show the links between long-term adaptation planning/NAP process and activities supported by the NAP-Ag Programme in the country profiled, as well as the resulting impacts.
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    Safeguarding livelihoods and promoting resilience through National Adaptation Plans
    Case study: Uganda
    2020
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    This case study on Uganda is part of a series that describes the steps taken to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), with a particular emphasis on adaptation in agriculture (including forestry, livestock and fisheries). This series aims to provide national policymakers with valuable information from colleagues and counterparts in Asia, Africa and Latin America who are on the same adaptation planning journey to address the multiple challenges posed by climate change. Each case study describes the contribution and lessons learnt from the UNDP-FAO Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag) programme, funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) through the International Climate Initiative (IKI).

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