sNAPshot | Linking sectoral adaptation planning processes at national and subnational levels: Lessons from Senegal
Building on an earlier overview brief, this sNAPshot takes a closer look at Senegal’s approach to vertical integration, the process of linking national and sub-national adaptation planning through the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process.
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