Methodology of Bangladesh NCAP Project

Submitted by Sukaina Bharwani | published 25th Mar 2011 | last updated 13th Jan 2020
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Methodology

The activities of the Netherlands Climate Change Assistance Program (NCAP) have been designed in order to explain the three common questions: what are the demands of stakeholders? What is available to them? And how can their needs can be communicated to policy makers to steer necessary action?

A combination of the participatory approach and scientific tools and data was adopted in this project, to attain maximum input and ensure the interaction of stakeholders. Sustainable livelihood framework was used extensively to understand the local vulnerability issues. These approaches were based on the premise that there was a need to acquire an in-depth understanding of the local issues in terms of people’s perception and understanding of climate change and institutional capacities to respond to the perceived changes.

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