Uganda - Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment for Subnational Adaptation

The Government of Uganda is implementing the Local Climate Adaptive Living Facility (LoCAL)–Uganda mechanism, which it launched in 2022, with the support of the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF). To inform this effort, a climate change risk and vulnerability assessment (CRVA) was undertaken to provide critical evidence and scientific analysis to precipitate subnational adaptation to address climate change.

It builds upon foundational climate work from 2021, mapping specific climate hazards in Uganda, and offers valuable insights into the country’s future climate.

Volume 1 forms the base by delving into the foundational groundwork, while Volume 2 equips stakeholders with future climate information at subnational scales, aiding in informed decision-making and resilient planning. Volume 3 of the CRVA provides a comprehensive Excel file with an in-depth overview of all indicators, data sheets, available data, and their respective weighting.

Geisel García Graña
Geisel García Graña
Geisel is Communication & Ecosystem Manager for GlobalCAD and a consultant in communication and sustainable cities. She has a PhD. in Communication Sciences by the Autonomous University of Barcelona. @geiselgg