Situational analysis of the potential climate change impacts on coastal communities: Recommendations for supporting the adaptation of communities emphasizing area-based, rights-based and gender sensitive approaches case study of the coastal communities of Trat bay
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This case study has objectives of assessing vulnerability of coastal communities from climate change, and to proposing guidelines for integrating capacity building on holistic adaptation of communities to climate change that conforms to local context. It also proposes policy recommendations to address risks from climate change with consideration on gender role. It will study a case of fishing community of Baan Klong Takian, Moo 5, Mairood Sub-District, Trat Province.
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