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  • [Bullet 1] The programme began in November 2009. [Bullet 2] [Bullet 3] Initially, the Strengthening Climate Resilience programme is focusing on 10 countries across 3 regions.
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    • 1. Promoting a ‘Climate Smart Disaster Risk Management Approach’
    • 2. LEARNINGS
      • Need to avoid “mal-adaptation” & ensure that “spontaneous adaptation” is better informed and leads to effective adaptation
      • Increasing exposure to risks – economic risks driving urgency of urban DRR
      • Entry points for CCA: rebuilding from disasters (build back better -PDNAs) & building new cities (urban planning, Water & Sanitation, etc)
    • 3. LEARNINGS:
      • Vertical Integration
      • Moving beyond DRR pilot projects & building ownership from governments (ISDR baseline data showing that 90% of DRR/CCA projects are initiated by NGOs)
      • Incentives to promote duty bearers’ action on DRR & CCA: e.g. award schemes (Philippines)
      • Horizontal Integration
      • Making DRR & CCA useful for development
      • Addressing root causes of vulnerability: integration into Livelihoods, Education, Health programmes
      • DRR & CCA integration into Good Governance - e.g.: Philippines’ rationalised planning system (combines 29 separate planning processes into one)
    • 4. QUESTIONS
      • How to engage the private sector (and how to deal with extractive industries , palm oil Industry, tea plantations, etc)
      • How to integrate climate science into DRR interventions (HVCAs, DRR Action plans M&E, etc)
      • How to address the new challenges climate change brings to ecosystems
      • What should we aim to do: integrate, link, mainstream DRR & CCA?
      • How to make DRR & CCA “ useful” for development – poverty reduction, social justice and gender equity
    • 5.
      • Climate Smart approach to DRM involves the integration of three main components:
      • tackling exposure to changing hazards and disaster impacts (DRR);
      • enhancing adaptive capacity (CCA);
      • addressing poverty, vulnerability and their causes (DEVELOPMENT).
    • 6. OPPORTUNITIES
      • 4th Asia Ministerial Meeting on DRR , Incheon, Korea: October 25-28
      • United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) - strategic programme framework for the UN country team
      • UNESCAP’s Multi‐Hazard Climate Information Initiatives in the Region
      • Regional CCA Knowledge Platform
      • Rockefeller Foundation’s Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network
      • Asian Program of Regional Capacity Enhancement for Landslide Impact Mitigation (RECLAIM) led by ADPC
      • Influence programmes/projects to be implemented through the Adaptation Funding

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