Improving Climate Change Resilience in Mozambique

Funded by: Adelphi Date Range: 2017 Project Lead: NDIGD Notre Dame Collaborators: ND-GAIN

Mozambique is a large coastal country historically exposed to flood risks. In response to historic flooding in 2000-2001, the Mozambican government implemented committees to assist local communities with disaster preparedness and reduce local vulnerability to climate-related flood risk. 

Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD) is working with a German institution, Adelphi, and ND-GAIN, to develop and implement a study to evaluate the effectiveness of local committees and their efforts to reduce vulnerability to climate-change risks. 

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