BANGLADESH, BHUTAN, INDIA, MALDIVES, NEPAL AND SRI LANKA: SOUTH ASIA CLIMATE CHANGE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (CCIP)
Asian Development Bank
October 2008 – April 2009
Provided services of Climate Change Specialist to assist the ADB’s South Asia Regional Department (SARD) in the development, through regional and country consultation, of the US$750 million Climate Change Implementation Plan (CCIP) for South Asia Developing Member Countries DMCs (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka).
The South Asia Climate Change Implementation Plan (CCIP) serves to identify ADB’s climate change investments (including capital investments) and to continuously develop and update the Bank’s three-year project pipeline from 2009 to 2011 comprising of loans, technical assistances (TAs), and grants to be incorporated into the Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for each country and South Asia regional CPS.
The CCIP also serves to identify opportunities for accessing additional climate change funding mechanisms in support of South Asia DMCs respective climate change programs. Assisted ADB and the Government of Nepal in start-up activities for the US$110 million