This guide aims to help address this challenge by providing the missing identification and evaluation assistance that those looking for adaptation solutions initially face. More specifically, it focuses on adaptation technologies for building resilience to climate change induced hazards in the water sector.
- 4 Findings relating to the DMA design process with regards to the quantification and management of Non-Revenue WaterType: DeliverableApproach: Endogenous technologies
- Type: DeliverableApproach: Endogenous technologies
- Climate change adaptation technologies for water: a practitioner’s guide to adaptation technologies for increased water sector resilienceType: Publication
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The main purpose of this report is to provide insight into the actions and benefits carried out as a result of the CTCN Technical Assistance.
The Government of the Republic of Namibia (GRN) via the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, through its National Designated Entity (NDE), requested technical assistance from the Climate Technology Centre & Network (CTCN).
- Catalysing Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Service Delivery Kenya- Report on Feasibility study frameworkType: Publication
The pre-feasibility study considers identifying the contextual features that allow use or limit the viability of selected technologies in areas (counties) with less developed infrastructure within the wider view of sustainable water supply. This includes people's attitudes and preferences, institutional and financial opportunities and barriers, as well as relevance of technologies in enhancing sustainable water supply.
- Catalysing Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Service Delivery Kenya- Feasibility study frameworkType: Publication
Water services in Kenya are often inadequate, unsafe and unsustainable. The arid and semi-arid and poor peri-urban areas are mostly vulnerable and are largely characterized by low water services provision and severe water scarcity, where the demand substantially surpasses its availability. Additionally, climate change is expected to significantly impact on water availability and therefore creating the needs of climate proof investments for improved water access in underserved areas in Kenya.
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