Tuvalu National Adaptation Plan for Action + (Climate Change Resilience)

Project Summary

The objective of NAPA-I is to increase the protection of livelihoods in island communities from dynamic climate-related damage in all islands and provides a cost-effective means to upscale on-the-ground adaptation support to Tuvalu that is currently being implemented under the LDCF Tuvalu NAPA-I.

What are the Project’s goals?

Expanded area of model demonstration projects of planting mangrove and non-mangrove species planted and maintained by communities in at least the five identified atolls (Funafuti, Nukufetau, Niutao, Nukulaelae and Niulakita); additional 400 cubic metres of fresh water supply and water storage systems capacity provided to support agriculture in at least the four identified atolls (Nanumea, Nui, Vaitupu and Nanumaga); additional 12 plantations of pulaka, breadfruit, and banana cultivation are protected from saline groundwater in at least the three identified atolls (Niutao, Niulakita and Nanumaga).

Who Finances it?

Australian Aid

Project Delivery US$

2011 $85,735
2012 $43,287
2013 $14,966
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Focus Area
Environment and Energy
Project Officer
Nacanieli Speigth
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade, Tourism, Environment and Labour
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Related Project

Tuvalu NAPA-I (LDCF)