Ensuring Coordination in the Development and Implementation of National Risk Reduction Strategies and National Adaptation Plans (NAPs)
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Putting climate and disaster risk management at the heart of development requires long term vision, political and stakeholder support, as well as governance capacity. Increasingly, disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA) are integral to development approaches. Progress can be seen, for instance, in terms of institutional arrangements, assessments, and actual implementation of resilience building measures, including social and financial protection.
However, barriers remain, including the need for more capacity building support; the persistence of institutional silos; and challenges around data and planning and investment processes. The working session will showcase how a coordinated approach to the development and implementation of National DRR Strategies and National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) can help build on progress and overcome challenges in terms of strengthening local and national resilience.
Nazhat Shameem Khan, GVA based ambassador; former Fiji's Chief Negotiator for COP 23
Emmanuel M. de Guzman, Secretary Climate Change Commission Philippines
Hana Hamadalla Mohamed, Chair of the Least Developed Countries Expert Group
Daniela Jacob, Director of the Climate Service Center Germany, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report Co-ordinating Lead Author Germany
Paul Desanker, Manager, National Adaptation Plans and Policy Adaptation Programme United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Loti Yates, Director of National Disaster and Management Office, Solomon Islands
First Responder from the Floor:
Anais Rouveyrol, Advisor for Disaster Risk Management and Community Resilience, SPC Secretariat of the Pacific Community