Africa Adaptation programme

Description

Africa Adaptation Programme (AAP) - Supporting Integrated and Comprehensive Approaches to Climate Change Adaptation in Africa: Developing capacity and financing options for mainstreaming climate change adaptation in Ghana, with a focus on early-warning systems

The Africa Adaptation Programme (AAP) Ghana helps the Government and the people of Ghana to develop integrated adaptation plans and actions to build resilience to disasters and climate change. AAP Ghana works on developing capacities and financing options for mainstreaming climate change adaptation into various policies, systems, and sectors in Ghana, with a focus on early-warning systems.

The aim is to provide an enhanced understanding of the links between climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction, and integrate these together into national, districts, and sector-level development plans.

Accomplishments

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Finances



The Government of Japan is the main source of funding with additional support from UNDP.

Total Resources
Source
Amount
Government of Japan
US$ 2,709,000
UNDP US$ 57,000
Total US$ 2,766,000

Delivery in previous fiscal year

Yearly Expenditure
Year
Expenditure
2010
US$ 658,787
2011 US$ 825,181
2012 US$ 1,179,339
2013 US$ 97,350
Total US$ 2,760,657