USAID/Georgia Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) Annex: Climate Change Analysis

Country
Georgia
Sectors
Adaptation, Climate
Strategic Objective
Adaptation, Mitigation
Topics
Adaptation, Emissions, Climate, Climate Change, Climate Risk Management, Conflict and Governance, Disaster Risk Management, Economic Growth, Food Security and Agriculture, Sustainable Land Management, Mitigation, Natural Resource Management, Private Sector Engagement, Resilience, Self-Reliance, Weather
Region
Europe & Eurasia

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