Adaptation to climate change in coastal cities is a main challenge for both countries as coastal areas are more exposed and vulnerable to the negative effects of climate change and the impacts of weather-related disasters.
The project objective is to reduce vulnerability to climate-related floods, mud flows and landslides in three coastal cities by mainstreaming a risk-based approach to adaptation, building collaboration and networking, and developing a culture of adaptation. The project focus on the hydrometeorological hazards of mud flows in Antofagasta and Taltal, and flooding and landslides in Esmeraldas.
The project is organised into three components:
- Component 1: Priority Actions to increase resilience
- Component 2: Strengthen capacities for adaptation
- Component 3: ICTs and partnership between coastal cities in Latin America
|Project Component 1: Priority Actions to increase resilience||US$ 9,632,043|
|Project Component 2: Strengthen capacities for adaptation||US$ 1,252,011|
|Project Component 3: ICTs and partnership between coastal cities in Latin America||US$ 1,030,874|
|Project Execution Cost||US$ 965,074|
|Project/Programme Cycle Management Fee charged by the Implementing Entity||US$ 1,030,400|
|Grant Amount (= Total Project Cost + Implementing Fee)||US$ 13,910,400|
|Project pre-concept||1 MB|
|Project concept||3 MB|
|Project document||4 MB|
|Inception Report||24 MB|