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Survey of Effectiveness of Capacity Building Activities on Climate Change Adaptation

The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is a research institute that conducts pragmatic and innovative strategic policy research to support sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region.

IGES is undertaking an analysis of capacity building approaches on climate change adaptation (CCA) in the Asia-Pacific region. The objective of this analysis is to understand the effectiveness of capacity building activities and programmes in fulfilling on-the-ground adaptation needs and enhancing climate resilience.

Against this backdrop, IGES is currently conducting a Survey of Effectiveness of Capacity Building Activities on CCA and would like to learn from your experiences or future plans as a provider/recipient of capacity building in the areas or sectors relevant to CCA. It could also be your general observations with regards to issues surrounding the capacity building on CCA.

Please follow the link below to answer the survey:

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