Developed by USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific and hosted by the Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network, the online sourcebook helps proposal writers incorporate gender considerations into their proposals. more >>
Government officials from 13 eligible countries in Asia who are interested in attending climate change adaptation related capacity building programs can apply for financial support from ADAPT Asia-Pacific more >>
ADAPT Asia-Pacific is working in partnership with UNDP, the Asian Institute for Technology and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, for the innovative regional capacity building program more >>
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ADAPT Asia-Pacific helps nations in Asia and the Pacific develop the institutional capacity to obtain financing from international climate change adaptation funds. See how and where we work. more >>
A quick look into the available climate change and resilience funds with links to more resources to keep you informed. more >>

Featured Resource

As governments find ways to minimize the increasing threat of climate change, and given limited financing available for climate change adaptation, they need to be able to prioritize adaptation...

Featured Fund

The International Climate Fund (ICF) was set up by the United Kingdom (UK) government to provide GBP 3.87 billion (over USD 6 billion) between April 2011 and March 2016 to help developing countries tackle climate change and reduce poverty. The ICF supports activities that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by promoting growth and resilience through good development. It also helps governments avoid long-term lock-in to high carbon investments, as well as tackle deforestation.

Where We Work

Where we work
USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific works in 27 target countries in the Asia and Pacific region. See where we work and learn a little more about our program.