In the context of the KfW-financed project “Green and Gender-Sensitive Public Spaces” (GGPS), adelphi is contracted by the Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) to conduct a climate risk analysis and to identify suitable options for climate-adaptive and gender-sensitive public green space development in five Rwandan Secondary Cities: Huye, Muhanga, Nyagatare, Rusizi and Rwamagana.
The main objectives of the assignment are to identify
The primary climate change risks in the selected cities, including the gender-specific vulnerabilities associated with such risks.
Suitable NbS (Nature-based Solutions) options to reduce the identified climate risks.
Three to five suitable locations for adaptive and gender-responsible public green space development that have the highest potential to address the identified climate risks in each city, taking synergies between adaptation and biodiversity protection into account.