Project Details
Climate Risk Management
Summary:The project is undertaking risk assessments in 17 countries to better understand both near-term climate variability and long-term climate change. These assessments will help define how changing climate patterns are likely to impact on development and other key socio-economic sectors, such as agriculture and healthcare.


The project covers Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

Expected Outcome:
  • Strengthened institutional frameworks and technical capacity to manage climate change risks and opportunities in an integrated manner
  • Development of climate-resilient strategies, policies and legislation in priority sectors and geographic areas
  • Expanded financing options to meet national climate change adaptation costs
  • Implementation of climate change adaptation interventions in priority sectors
  • Disseminated knowledge on how to incorporate climate change knowledge and risks into development processes at national, sub-national and local levels
Expected Outputs:
Date Approved:2010
Expected Completion:2013
Funding Type:Technical Assistance
Funding Amount:United Nations Development Programme: $5,899,000
Government of Finland: $288,000
Links/Documents:UNDP Project Page (Kazakhstan)