sNAPshot | Information Sharing for Adaptation Planning at Subnational Levels: South Africa's Let's Respond Toolkit
Recognizing the important role played by provincial and local actors in addressing climate change vulnerability, South Africa has demonstrated a strong commitment to vertical integration, the process of linking national and subnational adaptation planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E).
Building on an earlier overview brief, this sNAPshot policy brief from the NAP Global Network focuses on information sharing, using South Africa’s Let’s Respond Toolkit as an example of how web-based platforms can be used for sharing information between different levels of government, as well as with non-governmental stakeholders.
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