Climate, Environment, Energy and Disaster Risk Reduction (CEED) for Children I Indonesia 2022-2025 Project Dates: January 2022 - December 2025
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PROJECT OBJECTIVE

Our new Strategic Plan recognizes that climate change and environmental degradation are existential threats to a child’s ability to survive, grow, and thrive and that all levers of the organization need to
work together in a coordinated fashion. The new SP draws stronger links between responses to climate change with disaster risk reduction as children increasingly need holistic solutions that address both sudden-onset impacts of disasters, including those that are exacerbated by climate change — such as hurricanes and floods — and resilient solutions that promote climate-smart development for the long-term. The new SP activates all of UNICEF’s levers of impact on these
issues - our global programmes, our advocacy and communications infrastructure and our own operations and supply chain.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Climate, energy, environment, and disaster risk reduction (DRR) are both cross-cutting priorities (and thus embedded within each Goal Area), as well as having a dedicated result area in Goal Area 4. Across UNICEF Goal Areas, we have dedicated results based upon focused interventions where we have demonstrated our ability to deliver at scale, while the dedicated result area within Goal Area 4 tracks the broader outcome of childfriendly climate/environment and DRR government policies as well as UNICEF’s implementation of crosssectoral child-sensitive programming, strengthening of systems for disaster preparedness and critically — UNICEF’s support to young people to be climate and environmental champions.


SECTORS OR AREAS OF WORK
  1. Training/capacity building

Region/Location

BUDGET

USD 100,000

DONORS (OR FUNDING /CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONS)
  1. Others
  2. UNICEF
IMPLEMENTING AGENCY OR AGENCIES

SUPPORT TYPE
BUDGET

USD 100,000

DONORS (OR FUNDING /CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONS)
  1. Others
  2. UNICEF
IMPLEMENTING AGENCY OR AGENCIES

SUPPORT TYPE