Building Urban Climate Resilience in South-Eastern Africa Project
The Building Urban Climate Resilience in South-Eastern Africa Project is a USD 14 million project to address critical issues related to urban resilience, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique and the Union of Comoros. The project works with four cities, the four national governments and a regional institution to implement a mix of city-level resilient infrastructure projects, national-level capacity building, and a regional mechanism for learning and collaboration. It is anticipated that the project will directly benefit the lives and livelihoods of around 350,000 people in the four countries.
This project is funded by the Adaptation Fund and implemented by UN-Habitat alongside the four national governments, OXFAM, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the Technical Centre for Disaster Risk Management, Sustainability and Urban Resilience (DiMSUR).