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Infrastructure

An application for Cai Lon - Cai Be Sluice Gates in the Mekong Delta

 In this study, a step-by-step methodology of climate risk assessment for infrastructure, namely the PIEVC Engineering Protocol (the “Protocol”), was used to assess the climate risk of the Cai Lon - Cai Be sluice gates.

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Infrastructure

Climate Services for the Coastal Protection Infrastructure Sector in Vietnam

The assessment report provides an overview of the Climate Service inventory which encompasses currently available Climate Service capacities and specific products. It furthermore reflects the current use and demands of Climate Services from the coastal protection sector.

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Infrastructure

The Mekong Delta an Emerging Investment Destination in Viet Nam

This publication highlights the opportunities for investors in the Mekong Delta and presents the challenges that international businesses may still face in the region.

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Infrastrucutre

Climate Risk Analysis and Assessment Report for Cai Lon - Cai Be Sluice Gate Project

T his report presents the results of the climate risk assessment conducted for the Cai Lon – Cai Be Sluice Gate project in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, between August 2018 and May 2019. The assessment was conducted using the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) engineering protocol for infrastructure vulnerability assessments (the “Protocol”). 

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Infrastructure

How to Interpret Climate Information for the Assessment of Climate Risks

The main challenge of integrating climate information into risk assessments are opposing approaches for assessing climate risks and adaptation options and its implications for the design of climate information products. This guide breaks down the process using Cai Lon – Cai Be climate risk assessment as an example. 

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Infrastructure

A Recipe for the Service of Climate Risk Assessment for Infrastructures in Vietnam

The recipe was developed based on the successful case of climate risk assessment (CRA) for the Cai Lon – Cai Be sluice gate project. The recipe consists of three main components, including procedure, quantity,  and price. 

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Viet Nam

Planning Perspectives for the Sustainable Future of Viet Nam

This article summarizes some initial findings of Viet Nam’s efforts and presents an innovative approach with 3 strategic measures.

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Natural river stabilisation technique

Promoting climate resilient rural infrastructure in Northern Vietnam

The project aims to demonstrate effective bio-engineered solutions which increase resilience of rural infrastructure to climate risk and provide opportunities for community livelihood enhancement.

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Child-Centred Climate Resilience

This report outlines the practical lessons learned by Plan International and Save the Children about child-centred community-based adaptation (CC-CBA) to climate change.

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Digital storytelling

Our Valuable Voices

Read about the storytelling project with the Cham fisherwomen and men in Vietnam which was the first time CARE Vietnam had used Community Digital Storytelling.

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A methodology for CBA planning in Vietnam

Women from four villages in Khanh Binh commune, An Phu District, discuss existing livelihood activities as part of the resilient livelihood study.

A methodology for CBA...
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Sustainable urban tourism through low carbon initiatives: Experiences from Hue and Chiang Mai

Sustainable urban tourism through low carbon initiatives: Experiences from Hue and Chiang Mai

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Houses

Integrating Community-based Carbon Management and Monitoring with Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS for REDD+

A summary of the Sumernet study on implementing an integrated community-based participatory and remote sensing measurement and monitoring system for REDD+ in Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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Water

Vulnerability assessment of livelihoods in Lower Mekong Basin

The SUMERNET study used a livelihood vulnerability index (LVI) to analyze five livelihood assets and differences in vulnerability patterns and develop appropriate policies at the provincial level. 

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gis

Application of GIS and Remote Sensing for Environment and Flood Risk Management in Central Viet Nam

This project assessed and implemented new methods and reviewed existing methods of categorising land use in the Mekong areas of Viet Nam and the links between flooding and land-use.

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Fishermen

Participatory Social Return on Investment (PSROI): Greater Mekong Basin Climate Change Adaptation Planning and Costing Project

The Participatory Social Return on Investment (PSROI) framework assists in the identification of priorities and the analysis of the value of adaptation actions that build community resilience from stakeholders’ perspectives.

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Impacts of Climate Change on the Urban Plan of Quy Nhon City

Dr. Michael DiGregorio and Mr. Huynh Cao Van undertook a study of the role of urbanization in increasing the severity of a 2009 flood in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam. By interviewing...

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Tanzania

Climate-smart agriculture in Tanzania

The main goal of the MICCA Global Programme is to empower local smallholder farmers to contribute towards creating a low carbon emission agriculture pathway for the future. 

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Linking Adaptation and Mitigation

Ban Huay Win, Nan Province, Thailand

This research aims to address the potential linkages between mitigation and adaptation in community forestry contexts. This case...

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Health Risk Reduction

Among vector-borne diseases that are sensitive to climatic and weather conditions, dengue fever is being seen as one of the increasing health problems in many urban and rural communities...

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Integrated Water Management for Adaptation

The main objective of the project was to strengthen the capacity and preparedness of the different sectors, organizations and people in Vietnam to adapt and respond to the changing climate...

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Vietnamese community in an upland area

Building Community Resilience to Disasters in Upland Areas of Vietnam (BCRD)

The highland areas of Vietnam are particularly vulnerable to the consequences of climate change. This study describes a far-reaching prevention program in the Kon Tum province undertaken in 2007.

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