The ‘Increasing coastal water and food security for climate change in selected FSM state outlying islands’ project is providing rainwater catchment systems and improving water infrastructure in Fais Island, an outlying island of Yap State, and in Eot and Udot Islands, two lagoon islands in Chuuk State. The capacity and quality of household and communal rainwater catchment systems will be increased. The project will also provide information and resources to improve water systems maintenance, water conservation, an water education as well as contributing to the professional hydrological knowledge base with respect to the outlying islands of FSM.
Click below for further information:
- Concept Note
- Project Design Document
- Project Planning Workshop
- Summary Information Sheet
- Climate change profile
In FSM, the GCCA: PSIS project has supported:
- The 2013 FSM Nationwide Integrated Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management Policy and Act. These instruments introduce legal obligations, including reporting, for national government departments and agencies (see the Act).
- An assessment of the extent to which climate change has been mainstreamed into national and sectoral policies and plans (see a summary of the assessment).
Training and capacity building
As part of the GCCA: PSIS project, several kinds of training have been delivered in FSM:
- Proposal preparation and log frame analysis in each state in FSM (see the learners guide, workshop report from Pohnpei, Chuuk, Yap, and Kosrae and the impact evaluation from Pohnpei)
- Sub-regional North Pacific climate change and the media training- October 2012 (see the workshop report and resulting climate change awareness video)
- Sub-regional North Pacific training on utilising the Pacific Climate Change Portal- February 2013 (see the workshop report)
- National lessons learnt workshop - July 2015 (see the workshop report).
- See lessons learnt video produced as part of a series of nine country-specific climate change adaptation videos.