WaterAid is working hard to ensure that a portion of the US $100 billion committed to climate change every year from 2020 (known as climate finance) is directed towards the essential services – such as water, sanitation and hygiene – that poor people need to be resilient to change. WaterAid commissioned Oxford Policy Management to conduct new research into how climate finance has been spent so far, and whether or not it has been spent on improving people’s water security. The reports include three country case studies in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Zambia, an Inception Report and a Synthesis Report.
Climate finance and water security
12/08/2015 | Oxford Policy Management
- Climate change and water security synthesis report.pdf
- Climate change and water security Zambia case study.pdf
- Climate finance and water security Bangladesh case study.pdf
- Climate change and water security Ethiopia case study.pdf
- Climate finance and water security Inception report.pdf
- Climate change and water security Briefing note.pdf
- Investment needs for irrigation infrastructure along different socioeconomic pathways
- Climate change profile: Greater Horn of Africa
- Start with water: putting water on local action agendas to support global change
- Accessing climate finance for sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services in Mozambique
- The earth security report 2017: Sustainable Development Goals for business diplomacy and growth
- Cooperative water governance for climate resilience: are institutional arrangements in Southern Africa fit for purpose?