Support to GIZ PERU for GCF project development

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  • Project duration: September 2021 - June 2022
  • Project status: ongoing
  • Funding:
    GIZ (National funding / Project)

This consultancy project supports the GIZ office in Peru in the improvement of the design of an envisaged GCF project dealing with water management issues in the Highlands in the South of Peru. The project work comprises a climate risk assessment in four study areas in the Puna ecoregion and the identification of potential ecosystem-based adaptation measures. Most of the technical work will be done in 2021 whilst 2022 is dedicated to negotiating the project proposal with the GCF.

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