Stakeholder Analysis: Options Analysis For A Regional Climate Change Programme To Deliver More Effective Climate Services, Early Warning And Disaster Risk Reduction

Building on the findings of the Evidence Review, this report begins by providing a detailed mapping of users and their requirements for climate information and services across priority sectors (section 2.1), a description of priorities cited by stakeholders and potential intervention options to meet these (section 2.2), as well as a country gap analysis (section 2.3) and an assessment of those regional actors DFID would be well-placed to partner with (section 3). This information has been used to refine the intervention options and to work up the overall outline and details of a regional climate services programme in South Asia; consisting of key objectives, outputs, outcomes, indicators and how these could link up to other initiatives in the region (section 4).

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