- Project concept: For the project-level tools, the user should have some initial understanding of the project components and location.
- Subject matter expertise: The tools rely on an understanding of the country or project context as well as professional expertise, knowledge, and judgment to evaluate the impacts and risks of climate change and disaster. The users of the tool are not expected to have specialized knowledge of climate change and disasters. Users will be able to access relevant climate and disaster information through the World Bank Climate Change Knowledge Portal (CCKP).
- Consultations: Where needed, we recommend users engage in a consultative process with relevant sector and country specialists.
- Time: Time requirements will vary depending on the user’s knowledge and consultations. On average, the rollout of the tool is estimated to take between 1- 3 hours.
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This tool targets national plans, sector-wide strategies, and development policy and institutional strengthening and reformsStart Screening
Tool Sub-sectors: Irrigation and Drainage, Crops and Land Management, Livestock, Rural Transport, and Storage and ProcessingStart Screening
Coastal Flood Protection
Tool Sub-sectors: Built Flood Defenses and Coastal EcosystemsStart Screening
Tool Sub-sectors: Oil, Gas and Coal, Thermal Power, Hydropower, Other Renewables, Energy Efficiency, Transmission and Distribution of Electricity, and Energy Capacity BuildingStart Screening
Tool Sub-sectors: Health Systems and Service Delivery; Health Infrastructure; Newborn and Child Health and Nutrition; Injuries, Non-Communicable Diseases & Other; and Communicable DiseasesStart Screening
Tool Sub-sectors: Road TransportStart Screening
Tool Sub-sectors: Land Use / Watershed Management, Dams and Reservoirs, Water Supply, Wastewater, Sanitation, and Riverine Flood ProtectionStart Screening
Tool Sub-sectors: Community Development, Education, Finance, Industry, IT & Communications, Mining and Metals, Natural Resources, Non-Road Transport, Social Development, Solid Waste, Urban Development, and other sub-sectors.Start Screening