The World Bank approved a $39.5 million project to help South Asia build resilience to climate threats and disasters.

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved a $39.5 million project to help South Asia build resilience to climate threats and disasters by sharing regional data and knowledge, developing regional standards and guidelines for infrastructure, and promoting climate-resilient policies and investments.

The Climate Adaptation and Resilience for South Asia (CARE) Project will help develop a public platform to inform climate planning and investments, and fund innovative and disruptive technology to support resilience in South Asia.

Funding agencies: World Bank

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Published: 2020-05-13

Sectors: Environment and Pollution