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Climate adaptation finance has a blind spot on conflict and fragility

Communities affected by conflict and fragility are increasingly facing climate change threats, yet climate finance is leaving these people behind.

Publisher Climate Home News
By Josie EmanuelYue CaoAdriana Quevedo
Africa Mali Somalia Sudan

Climate adaptation finance is helping many climate-vulnerable regions adapt to the adverse effects of climate change, reduce vulnerability and exposure to current and expected climate impacts, and increase resilience.

But what happens when climate-vulnerable countries are also coping with fragile governance or conflict?

SPARC is seeking to understand these dynamics on the ground across the Sahel and Horn of Africa.

Read more in this article for Climate Home News.

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