Lessons Learned from ‘Type 2’ Adaptation Projects in Central and West Asia

Series: 2021 Resilience Learning Month

Lessons Learned from ‘Type 2’ Adaptation Projects in Central and West Asia

19 November 2021

Central and West Asia Department led a panel to present experiences in developing, processing, and implementing ‘Type 2’ adaptation projects.

This webinar covered a range of issues including upstream project programming, climate change modeling, and risk assessments, expertise requirements, government capacity and buy-in, adaptation measures, and impacts and metrics. The panel included representatives of the Government of Punjab, Pakistan, and the World Bank​​​.


Event Summary

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
19 Nov 2021 Opening Introductory Slide
This presentation gives an overview of ADB's Type 2 Adaptation Projects.
Arghya Sinha Roy
19 Nov 2021 Presentation Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) in Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan
This presentation gives an overview of ADB's pilot program for climate resilience under the Climate Investment Fund.
Nathan Rive
19 Nov 2021 Presentation Water and climate change: Punjab Irrigation Department initiatives and way forward
This presentation gives an overview of Punjab Irrigation Department initiatives in relation with water and climate.
Saif Anjum
19 Nov 2021 Presentation Developing Urban Resilience in Central and West Asia
This presentation provides an overview of ADB's climate change and urban development projects in Central West Asia.
Maria Pia Ancora
19 Nov 2021 Presentation Building Resilience in Pacific Atoll Island Countries
This presentation gives an overview of building resilience in the Pacific, specifically, Atoll Island Countries.
Artessa Saldivar-Sali


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