Country Development Cooperation Strategies: Climate Annexes

A Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) defines how a Mission will further the goal of ending the need for foreign assistance in a given country by articulating how and where it will build self-reliance with the country partner. Typically covering five years, the CDCS is essentially the strategic roadmap for how USAID will design and implement its projects and activities in a given country. 

Listed below, please find the current list of approved CDCS Climate Change Analysis Annexes. In cases where a CDCS does not include a Climate Change Analysis Annex, a link to the full CDCS is provided instead.