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Development assistance in Tuvalu

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Resilience to environmental and climate change in Tuvalu

Resilience to environmental and climate change in Tuvalu

Overview

Australia is providing assistance to build Tuvalu's resilience to climate change and to strengthen disaster response and risk management.

Related initiatives

Building Capacity to Meet Climate Change Challenges Initiative

Up to $0.7 million, 2016-2020

Australia is providing technical assistance to Tuvalu's Climate Change and Disaster Coordination Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister. This assistance is focused on building the Tuvalu's capacity to meet its international climate change commitments and access global climate finance, including though the Green Climate Fund. Australia is also responding to Tuvalu's request for assistance in integrating climate change into the national constitution.


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Last Updated: 8 May 2018
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