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The financing needs for climate change adaptation in developing countries for 2010-2050 are estimated at $100B per year, equivalent to current official development assistance levels across all sectors.Improved capacity to prepare sophisticated proposals to the donour community can increase the chance of accessing finance options.
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14 November 2017

The Economics of Climate Change Adaptation Training Programme, organised by RRC.AP and UNDP, will aim to equip government officials and other stakeholders in Asia and the Pacific with economic tools necessary to assess and evaluate various interventions for designing climate adaptation projects and policies, formulate national adaptation plans, and access climate finance for adaptation action.

To apply, follow the application process in the ECCA website. Call for applications will remain open until 11 December 2017.

Bangkok, Thailand
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08 August 2017

This training programme aims to develop skills that are essential for engaging in or supervising the preparation of bankable climate change adaptation projects that effectively address the most important adaptation needs, while attending to the requirements of specific international financial institutions. 

These skills include:

  • Prioritising adaptation needs according to environmental and socio-economic criteria
  • Identifying financing sources and their requirements
  • Understanding and complying with fiduciary requirements of international financial institutions (e.g. procurement, financial management, economic and financial analysis, financial and operational sustainability, risk assessment and risk management)

The methodology and training materials for the workshop have been developed under the USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific project.

The training programme is offered under the umbrella of the Climate Change Asia initiative (http://www.cca.ait.asia/)

Target Audience:

The target audience for the training programme is policy and technical staff from national governments, non-governmental organisations, academia and the private sector who are involved in national adaptation planning process and/or development of project proposals on climate change adaptation, or will perform such tasks in the future.

The training programme is limited to 25 participants consisting of 15 fully-funded and 10 self-funded. Self-funded participants will have to cover travel and accommodation expenses. However, course fee, meals, and training materials will be provided free of charge.

Programme Website:

For information on application process and forms, course contents, and agenda, visit the training programme website here: https://aitrrcap.wixsite.com/projprep

Alternative Links:

Download the Application Form here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1N4-V_CyuiaWUNGRW9UZlE0TkE/view?usp=sharing

Download the Concept Note here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1N4-V_CyuiabmhLWENXWm5sVlE/view?usp=sharing

Deadline:

The deadline for application is 18 August 2017.

Contact for inquiries: Armen.Rostomyan@rrcap.ait.asia , lyan.villacorta@rrcap.ait.asia , ormuhammad.haroon@alumni.ait.asia

Bangkok, Thailand
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16 May 2017

The Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific is pleased to announce the last call for applications of the Training Programme on Economics of Climate Change Adaptation under its Climate Change Asia Initiative.

Organizers: the United Nations Development Programme and the United States Agency for International Development Adapt Asia-Pacific Project in cooperation with the Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific, Asian Institute of Technology, under the Climate Change Asia Initiative.

Dates: 21 August to 1 September 2017

Venue: Asian Institute of Technology Conference Centre, Pathumthani, Thailand

Objective: The training programme aims to equip government officials and other stakeholders in the Asia and the Pacific region with economic tools necessary to identify, prioritize, design and implement climate-resilient projects and policies, formulate national adaptation plans and access climate finance for adaptation action.

Content:

  • Introduction to key economic principles and review of impacts of climate change in Asia and the Pacific
  • Assessment of economic impacts of climate change, cost-benefit analysis of investment projects and climate-proofing options
  • Proposal development

The draft agenda is available at: https://tinyurl.com/ECCAagenda

Target audience: (1) policy and technical staff from line ministries and national agencies, non-governmental organizations, academia, and private sector, who are involved in national adaptation planning process, development of project proposals on climate change adaptation and mainstreaming climate change adaptation issues into national strategies and plans; and (2) experts in the field of economics or statistics from governmental, non-governmental and academic institutions who are involved in economic analysis of climate change adaptation actions and climate-resilient investments.   

The training programme is limited to 25 participants as follows:

  • Ten participants from target countries of the UNDP “Economics of Climate Change Adaptation” capacity building programme, namely Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam, will receive full scholarships covering travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses.
  • Five participants from Thailand and ten participants from other countries of Asia and the Pacific can attend on a self-funded basis.

The course is totally free of charge. The self-funded participants need to cover their travel, accommodation, and subsistence expenses.

Further details on the application process are available at  www.rrcap.ait.asia/cc/cf/ecca

The deadline for applications is 31 May 2017.

For more information, please contact: ecca@rrcap.ait.asia

Asian Institute of Technology Conference Centre, Pathumthani, Thailand

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