Integrating community based adaptation into Afforestation and Reforestation Programme




Introducing Saline Tolerant Mixed Fruit Species

“Hatiya island, an upazila of Noakhali district, one of the last settlement of Bangladesh where UNDP is working through Coastal Afforestation and Reforestation (ICBA-AR) Programme has introduced saline tolerant mixed fruit species for the first time to combat climate changed impact.read more...


UNDP’s ICBA-AR Programme preparing to support 6000 volunteers of Bangladesh Climate Change Programme (CPP) in five vulnerable coastal districts

“UNDP’s Integrating Community-based Adaptation into Afforestation and Reforestation (ICBA-AR) Programme implemented by the Ministry of Environment and Forest with support from GEF will provide training and modern equipment and raising awareness of 6000 volunteers of Climate Change Programme (CPP)read more...

Orientation on community mobilization

Orientation on Community Mobilization and Gender Mainstreaming in ICBA-AR

“UNDP’s ICBA-AR Programme initiative to ensure effective community participation and gender mainstreaming in community-based adaption and coastal green belt managementread more...

Questioning session

District inception workshop held in Bhola

“Tropical cyclones are no stranger to Bangladesh, leaving behind damage and destruction beyond repair. Bhola is one such vulnerable place where in 1970, 500,000 people (half a million) lost their lives in such a tropical cycloneread more...

 News & events

  • Mar 5, 2018

    Many communities living close to the shoreline of the country are reliant on agriculture and fishing for their livelihoods. Rising sea level and increase in the frequency and intensity of tropical cyclones are raising the incidences and severity of flooding, salt water intrusion and erosion, not to mention loss of livelihoods, shelter and life.

  • Mar 1, 2018

    The Integrating Community-based Adaptation into Afforestation and Reforestation Programmes in Bangladesh (ICBA-AR) organized a workshop at Char Kukru Mukri in Bhola

  • Dec 4, 2017

    An estimated 35 million people live in the 19 coastal districts of Bangladesh, who are at high risk in the face of climate change Experts suspected that due to global warming, 10-15% Bangladesh’s land could be inundated by 2050, resulting in over 25 million climate refugees from the coastal districts.

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