The Government's Strategic Program for Climate Resilience interventions aim to provide lessons on how best to approach building climate resilience in vulnerable mountain regions. The SPCR will support, strengthen, and facilitate the scaling up of interventions that will build long-term climate resilience in Nepal. In a country where the impacts to water resources constitute the principal climate change risk and the majority of the population derives considerable benefit and livelihood from such resources, SPCR support is a critical entry point to improve the resilience of water resources and associated mountain ecosystems. While different development partners have stepped in to support the Government to implement climate change adaptation measures that focus on short term (urgent and immediate) measures, the SPCR will focus on longer term interventions aimed at enhancing climate resilience in Nepal.
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