Gender-sensitive Climate Risk Assessment of Kotor Bay, Montenegro

The Global Environment Facility’s “Mediterranean Sea Programme (MedProgramme): Enhancing Environmental Security” (2019-2024) is GEF’s first programmatic multi-focal area initiative in the Mediterranean Sea . It aims to operationalise priority actions to reduce major transboundary environmental stresses in the Mediterranean’s coastal areas, while strengthening climate resilience and water security and improving the health and livelihoods of coastal populations. The MedProgramme is currently being implemented in nine beneficiary countries: Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, Montenegro, Morocco and Tunisia.

This report was produced by Plan M in 2022 in relation to the consultancy contract “Gender-sensitive Climate Risk Assessment of Kotor Bay, Montenegro” in the framework of MedProgramme SCCF (Special Climate Change Fund) Project: Enhancing regional climate change adaptation in the Mediterranean Marine and Coastal Areas, which Plan Bleu is contributing to in collaboration with other Executing Partners (PAP/RAC and GWP-Med).

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