Country experiences with NAPA process

Bangladesh (2011) 

Bangladesh's experience shows that the NAPA process can be useful for establishing arrangements to address climate change issues in the country, more

Bhutan (2011)

Bhutan's experience shows that when the potential impacts of climate change are clear and the expected outcomes of a project are tangible, the rationale for the project is easy to articulate, more

Burkina Faso (2011)

Burkina Faso's experience shows that well-established institutional arrangements to deal with climate change issues in the country can greatly facilitate NAPA preparation and implementation and foster early strategic thinking for the consideration of medium-and long-term adaptation options, more

Haiti (2011) 

Haiti's experience shows that continuous engagement of the NAPA team during the design of the implementation phase is critical to avoid any delays in implementation and nurture the capacity that has been built during the preparation phase, more

Kiribati (2011) 

Kiribati's experience shows that multi-stakeholder consultations during the NAPA preparation process can significantly help identify nationwide adaptation needs, more

Malawi (2011) 

Malawi's experience shows how some of the constraints imposed by changing procedures or rigid procedures for accessing resources can result in major delays in the implementation of a project on the ground, more

Sao Tome and Principe (2011) 

Sao Tome and Principe's experience shows that focusing on the most affected development-related sectors is a good way to link the NAPA activities to national development plans, more

Uganda (2011)

Uganda's experience shows how the establishment of a climate change institutional framework provides a national drive for developping a cross-sectoral NAPA programme, more