Integrating climate change and urban risks into the VCA. Ensure effective participatory analysis and enhanced community action
Extreme climate variability and rapid, unplanned urbanization are magnifying risks to the most vulnerable people. These changing risk patterns, compounded by poverty, epidemics and demographic shifts, can exacerbate the vulnerability of communities. 
 
This document includes: 
  1. Introduction 
  2. Core principles of VCA process
  3. Climate change impacts and how to adress themin the VCA process
  4. Vulnerabilty and capacity assesment in urban areas
  5. Completing the VCA toolbox- Analysing issue slinked to climate change and urban contexts 
  6. Annex
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