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Climate Change Adaptation through small-scale & protective infrastructure interventions in coastal settlements of Cambodia

Background and Objectives:

The project’s main objective is “to enhance climate change adaptation and resilience of the most vulnerable coastal human settlements of Cambodia through concrete adaptation actions, particularly in areas where eco-tourism has the potential to sustain such interventions”.


  • 1: Community-scale knowledge and capacity enhanced to sustain the adaptation benefits of the project’s investments
  • 2: Government planning and technical capacity enhanced to sustain and enhance the project’s adaptation benefits
  • 3: Resilience built through investment in small-scale protective and basic service infrastructure and natural assets


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