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Manisha Gulati

Manisha is an economist and a highly-skilled, experienced advisor to governments, not-for-profits and think tanks. She has over 20 years of interdisciplinary expertise in cross-cultural environments on a portfolio of themes around climate change, sustainable development, and climate finance.

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Scenes from Mogadishu during Eid Al-Fitr Celebrations - image by Tobin Jones / UN Photo - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 DEED Publications and resources

This report outlines ways that policymakers in Somalia can increase access to climate finance and better integrate adaptation, mitigation and disaster risk management in socioeconomic development.
Pastoralists come to Harshim town from neighbouring woredas and Somalia looking for water in Fafan Zone Somali region in 2017 - Image by Michael Tsegaye / UNICEF Ethiopia - Publications and resources

This policy brief outlines some of the key actions the Federal Government of Somalia, and development and humanitarian partners financing climate-related activities can take to accelerate climate action.

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A mother leads her goats to pasture in the drought-afflicted Somali region of Ethiopia, 2022. Credit UNICEF Ethiopia Mulugeta Ayene. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 DEED Blog

Somalia’s experiences can help us understand the obstacles which other conflict-affected countries face in terms of accessing and using climate finance – and how they can be overcome.
Residents of Mogadishu - Image by Tobin Jones/ UN - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Blog

For far too long countries affected by fragility and conflict, like Somalia, have faced obstacles when accessing climate finance. Here our experts share insight into what needs to change and why.

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