The regional capacity development technical assistance (R-CDTA) will support the implementation of the Strategic Program for Climate Resilience (SPCR) for the Pacific Region, which was approved by the PPCR Subcommittee on 30 April 2012. It will facilitate more effective integration of climate change adaptation (CCA) and related disaster risk reduction (DRR) into development processes, for improving resilience of Pacific island countries to climate change and climate-related disasters. The R-CDTA will complement and build upon country-track SPCRs in the Pacific region (PNG, Samoa, Tonga), and it will make use of the partnership of ADB, the Council of Regional Organisations in the Pacific (CROP) agencies, and the World Bank.
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