improving access to water resources, including irrigation, water supply and water retention systems and technologies;
decreasing number of households at risk of droughts and floods, including small scale protection infrastructure, early warning systems, micro financing and micro insurance; and
increasing capacity of communities to respond to climate change, including strengthening of institutions and advisory services.
British firm WYG International Ltd associated with another UK firm Met Office and PRIMEX in putting together the winning proposal. PRIMEX mobilized three consultants for this project – Dr. Thamrongsak Moenjak (Procurement Specialist), Miguel D. Lopez (Poverty, Gender and Institutions Development Specialist), and Kaz Nagao (Project Economist).]]>