In the lead up to COP climate talks in Bonn, the launch of a Green Climate Fund-financed US$65 million project signals strong global support for climate-resilient development in Small Island Developing States.

25 October 2017, New York - The Government of Samoa, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Green Climate Fund, has launched a new climate change adaptation project that will benefit nearly 30 percent of the population.  Led by the Ministry of Finance, the US$65 million project focuses on building resilience to increasingly intense weather events driven by climate change.

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Source: UNDP