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Centre for Global Disaster Protection (CGDP)

Reporting Organisation: Department for International Development Project Identifier: GB-1-205231 Activity Status: Implementation Total Budget: £33,382,434

To protect poor and vulnerable people, save lives and help developing countries to get back on their feet more quickly after a disaster by working with governments to strengthen planning, embed early action, and use “risk financing” tools like insurance and contingent credit to finance more cost-effective, rapid and reliable response to emergencies. It aims to empower governments to build resilience to natural disasters and climate change, and take ownership of their risks, with more assistance delivered through pre-financed government-led systems. Funded by the UK Government Prosperity Fund.

SHEAR - Science for Humanitarian Emergencies and Resilience

Reporting Organisation: Department for International Development Project Identifier: GB-1-201884 Activity Status: Implementation Total Budget: £17,869,993

SHEAR will support world-leading research and innovations in flood and drought risk monitoring and warning systems in Sub-Saharan Africa and landslip prone regions of South Asia. To enable greater and more effective investment in disaster resilience and earlier action to respond to imminent natural hazards by providing decision makers with enhanced risk mapping and analyses and more reliable warning systems

FCFA - Future Climate For Africa

Reporting Organisation: Department for International Development Project Identifier: GB-1-203835 Activity Status: Implementation Total Budget: £15,999,998

The Future Climate for Africa programme supports world-leading science and technology to enhance understanding and prediction of sub-Saharan African climate and, through working closely with African stakeholders, bring this knowledge into use in informing major decisions, such as infrastructure investments, urban planning and national policy. The programme has three main objectives: firstly, to produce world-leading science to advance knowledge of African climate variability and change and enhance prediction of future African climate; secondly, to drive improved knowledge, methods and tools on how climate information and services can be better designed for, delivered and integrated into major decisions today and thirdly, to support international collaboration and the development of scientific capacity in Africa.

UPGRO - Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor

Reporting Organisation: Department for International Development Project Identifier: GB-1-203774 Activity Status: Implementation Total Budget: £8,000,000

Deliver robust and accessible evidence on the physical, social and economic opportunities and constraints to sustainable, long-term groundwater use by the poor in Africa

Global AMR Innovation Fund (GAMRIF) – UK-Argentina: Tools to tackle AMR in the Environment

Reporting Organisation: UK - Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) Project Identifier: GB-GOV-10-GAMRIF-WP4-UK-Argentina Activity Status: Implementation Budget: £4,999,999

Projects funded through the Global AMR Innovation Fund (GAMRIF) will primarily benefit people in low- and middle-income countries, where the burden of drug-resistant infection is greater.

Post Ebola Livelihoods and Food Security Recovery for Vulnerable Households in Tonkolili District, Sierra Leone

Reporting Organisation: Concern Worldwide (UK) Project Identifier: GB-CHC-1092236-BG149 Activity Status: Implementation Budget: £1,675,428

By the end of the project, a targeted 4,000 vulnerable households (HHs) directly &and indirectly affected by Ebola in Tonkolili Ddistrict will have sustainably improved food security through improved quality and quantity of their own food production and will be generating sufficient income to meet on-going household (HH) food and non-food needs. Resilience to future livelihood shocks will have been improved through increased food and financial security.

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