In this new paper, Dina Khan explores CDKN's hands-on experience in working with governments in Kenya and at subnational level in Pakistan and Indonesia to develop Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs). [más]…
Dina steers and manages CDKN’s technical programme in Indonesia that supports climate compatible development policy and practice at central and local levels. She works with a range of policy partners in shaping initiatives to facilitate the implementation of Indonesia’s ambitious climate targets, and to improve domestic climate finance flows. Previously, she managed similar technical assistance in Pakistan and other parts of Asia.
Dina also supports CDKN’s Global Public Goods (GPG) programme through research and learning initiatives at regional scale. She has led the design and commissioning of research calls targeting priority CCD knowledge gaps in South and Southeast Asian countries, and contributes to the DRM and Climate Finance learning streams of CDKN.
She has over 10 years experience as a programme specialist in climate change adaptation, low carbon development, disaster risk management, and knowledge networks.
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As climate-related disasters become more frequent and increasingly impact upon development progress across the world, this CDKN guide looks at how mainstreaming disaster risk management in sectoral planning can insure climate compatible development to minimise the effects of these disasters worldwide. [más]…