CDIA MFA Training on Urban Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience

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In collaboration with the Singapore Cooperation Program and USAID Adapt Asia Pacific, Cities Development Initiative Asia (CDIA) is proud to announce that the Urban Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Training to be held in Singapore from 23-27 May 2016 is now open for applications from cities in the Asian region.

The course aims to improve climate change knowledge among senior-level managers working in urban and infrastructure planning and, in turn, help them design better adaptation projects. This seven-module training starts with an introduction to climate change adaptation; provides tools and techniques for assessing climate change impacts and vulnerabilities; presents a framework for identification, design, appraisal, evaluation, and implementation of climate adaptation strategies, programs and projects; and finally looks at the options available for financing adaptation projects. Site visits in Singapore are also integrated into the program.

Duly completed Application Forms must be sent to joy.bailey@giz.de.

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