Supporting LDCs to advance National Adaptation Plans (NAPs)

 

NAP GSP

The National Adaptation Plan Global Support Programme (NAP-GSP) is a UNDP-UNEP programme, financed by the LDCF. 

The NAP-GSP  is assisting Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to advance National Adaptation Plans (NAPs). The Global Support Programme on NAPs has been set up to assist countries to bring greater focus and attention to medium and long-term climate change adaptation planning as well as budgeting.  As of November 2013,  partner agencies to the NAP-GSP include UNDP, UNEP, WHO, FAO, IFAD, UNITAR, GEF, UNFCCC, GWP, GIZ , PROVIA, and UNISDR. The NAP-GSP was launched on 14 June 2013 with financing from the Least Developed Country Fund (LDCF). 

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Location: 
Urban
Level of Intervention: 
Community
National
Key Collaborators: 
National Governments
Thematic Area: 
Infrastructure/Climate Change Risk Management
Implementing Agencies & Partnering Organizations: 
UNDP
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
GEF
UNFCCC Secretariat
WHO
Global Water Partnership
FAO
IFAD
UNITAR
UNISDR
Primary Beneficiaries: 
Least developed Countries (LDCs)
Funding Source: 
LDCF
Financing Amount: 
2,000,000
Project Status: 
UNDP Pipeline