style="font-size:16px;">The purpose of this national climate change finance assessment (the Nauru Case Study) is to assist the Government of Nauru (GoN) make informed decisions on measures to improve access to and management of climate change resources.
style="font-size:16px;">It has been undertaken in response to a request from the GoN, following recent decisions made by Leaders and Economic Ministers on climate change financing.
style="font-size:16px;">The Nauru Case Study is based on review of readily available information on the policies, programs and approaches of Nauru and key development partners, and consultations with Government Officials, community and private sector representatives, donors and other development partners.
style="font-size:16px;">It draws together a variety of previous studies, including policy reviews and analyses focussing on specific sector or thematic issues.
style="font-size:16px;">The Pacific experiences detailed in this booklet are organised in terms of their relevance to the seven pillars of the Pacific Climate Change Finance Assessment Framework (PCCFAF).
style="font-size:16px;">It outlines broad regional observations of each of the seven dimensions of the PCCFAF and then presents relevant country or regional examples and corresponding lessons learnt in terms of the benefits and challenges of undertaking such approaches to strengthening the enabling environment for accessing and better management of climate change and disaster risk finance.
style="font-size:16px;">The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development forecasts that more than 80% of the world's poorest could be living in fragile contexts by 2030 if fragility is not addressed.
style="font-size:16px;">Read the attached snapshot to learn about challenges and opportunities in implementing #2030Agenda in fragile and conflict-affected settings.
style="font-size:16px;">These insights are based on eight countries which shared their experiences in voluntary national reviews.