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South Asia Resilience Hub

ICCCAD believes that placing local constituencies from local geographies at the center of the discussion allows front-line leaders to share their local adaptation strategies and internal knowledge and experience to engage with external knowledge and enhance their understanding of the impact of climate. Movement building is most effective within your own locality. Organizing constituencies within local geographies makes it easier to understand the nature of power, engage with it, demand accountability and be accountable.

The South Asia Resilience Hub aims 

  • Opportunity for frontline constituencies, living and working in vulnerable geographies to enhance capabilities to participate, engage, discuss and lead locally
  • Opportunity for external knowledge to engage with local knowledge
  • Opportunity to engage with local and global influencers to strengthen adaptive strategies of constituencies in specific geographies

Geographies and Constituencies

Geographies/ constituencies that are being explored are following:

  • Bhawal Indigenous Forest Community from Bangladesh
  • Women Farmers Network from India
  • Mountain Communities from Nepal and Bangladesh
  • Mangrove Communities from India and Bangladesh
  • Climate Migrant Communities from Bangladesh and Srilanka
  • Voices from 2022 Devastating Pakistan Flood
  • Youth Community
  • Climate Resilient City Planning Initiative

Full Program

Date and Time Session Title

20th September, 2022 – 03:00 PM (GMT +6)


Official opening of the South Asia Regional Resilience Hub and followed by session on Indigenous Bhawal Forest Community, Bangladesh namely “Impacts of Climate Change on livelihoods of indigenous peoples in Bangladesh: A case study from Tangail, Modhupur”

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22nd September, 2022  – 04:00 PM (GMT +6)


Community driven restoration and protection of Coastal Mangrove Forest in Cox’s Bazar District

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23rd September, 2022  – 05:00 PM (GMT +6) Women Led Climate Resilient Initiatives: Lessons and Challenges

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24th September, 2022  – 05:00 PM (GMT +6) Climate Change Adaptation Among the Indigenous Communities in Chittagong Hill Tracts

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25th September, 2022  – 04:00 PM (GMT +6) Co-creation process in a secondary city with nature and people to mitigate climate change impacts.

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26th September, 2022  – 05:00 PM (GMT +6) Perspective on Community Resilience during 2022 devastating Pakistan flood

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27th September, 2022  – 04:00 PM (GMT +6) Mangrove plantation, managing socio-ecological conditions for sustainable communities in Sundarbans Transformative Resilience through Action Research ( Friendship/ICCCAD)

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28th September, 2022  – 04:00 PM (GMT +6) Climate Change Issues & Adaptation in Far-Western Region of Nepal

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29th September, 2022  – 05:00 PM (GMT +6) Youth for Food Security

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30th September, 2022  – 04:00 PM (GMT +6) Voices from climate migrant of South Asia

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As the organiser of the South Asia Regional Resilience Hub for COP27 in 2022, ICCCAD will provide the platform for you to host your own event will not run your event. However, along with the Resilience Hub ICCCAD will continue to offer support beyond COP27 and into future COPs as well as other relevant global and regional events.

Celine d’Cruz is the South Asia Regional Hub focal point. Reach out to learn more at celine.dcruz@icccad.org.


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