CBA8 highlights – day three

30 April 2014

The third day of the 8th Annual Community Based Adaptation Conference (CBA8), hosted by the International Institute for Environment and Development in Kathmandu on 28 April, focused on issues such as the role of civil society advocacy and synergies between financing disaster risk reduction and CBA. 

Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre's Pablo Suarez leads a game-playing session at CBA8 (Photo: Stephanie Andrei)

Over 400 participants from more than 60 countries are attending the event, which aims to explore the latest developments in community-based adaptation financing, planning and best practices.

The third day included sessions on " Securing finance by mainstreaming adaptation into sub-national government development planning", "Ensuring accountability and transparency when financing local adaptation" and "Civil society advocacy on financing CBA". 

A detailed round-up of the third day of the conference, including questions and views expressed by delegates, photos, videos of the conference activities and more more, is available on IIED's Storify site and in the slideshow below.

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