Government of Maldives and UNDP formalize SEEDS project to provide economic rehabilitation amidst COVID-19, supported by Government of Japan
Rapid COVID-19 livelihoods assessment reveals deep, widespread and cross-cutting impact on Maldives' tourism sector
The project will deliver safe and secure freshwater to 105,000 people across 49 Maldivian islands in the face of climate change risks.
This marks the launch of the very first GCF-funded project supported by UNDP in the world.
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