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The role of communities in resource allocation and monitoring: Bangladesh

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A recent report from Ground Truth Solutions, ICCCAD and IIED shows that people on the front lines of the climate crisis in Bangladesh see the assistance they receive as not responding to their most pressing needs and failing to take their views into account. This case study will set out key findings from the report and make the case for greater community engagement in funding allocation decisions and the monitoring of loss and damage support.

This paper was submitted by Ground Truth Solutions, ICCCAD and IIED.

Originally published by UNCC.

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