Dataset: South Sudan Climate Vulnerability Profile
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Updated 6 Oct 2020
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South Sudan Climate Vulnerability Profile: Sector- And Location-Specific Climate Risks And Resilience Recommendations
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"South Sudan Climate Vulnerability Profile" contains the following resources:
- pdf - South Sudan Climate Vulnerability Profile to Improve Resilience, 2019South Sudan Climate Vulnerability Profile to Improve Resilience, 2019. An overview of historical climate trends and future projections, assess climate vulnerability in select sectors and provide recommendations to improve climate resilience in South Sudan. In particular, this analysis provides an overview of how the climate has and will likely change – including resultant impacts – with a focus on the Candidate Partnership Areas (CPAs) where USAID is working: Torit, Yambio, Yei, Aweil, Rumbek, Wau, and Bor.
- csv - South Sudan Projected Climate Change for select indicators.Future projected climate changes for USAID/South Sudan’s seven Candidate Partnership Areas (CPAs) and the Sudd.
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