Consultancy to assess Malawi's current hazard mapping capacity

  • Kienberger, Stefan, (Projektleitung)
  • Zeil, Peter, (Projektmitarbeiter/in)



i. Dynamic, long-term planning mechanisms to manage the inherent uncertainties of climate change introduced;
ii. Leadership capacities and institutional frameworks to manage climate change risks and opportunities in an integrated manner at the national and local levels strengthened;
iii. Climate-resilient policies and measures implemented in priority sectors;
iv. Financing options to meet national adaptation costs at national and local levels expanded; and
v. Knowledge on adjusting national development processes to fully incorporate climate change risks and opportunities generated and shared across all levels.

This consultancy will address the gaps identified in the aforementioned assessment. The consultancy will include the identification of the data gap to be filled and the methodologies to be applied to produce appropriate mapping integrated in a full GIS product usable at multiple level and by all the members dealing with DRR and climate change.

The objective of the project is to enhance Malawi’s existing climate initiatives by strengthening capacity for long term investment in, and management of climate-resilient sustainable development. This will be achieved through the realisation of the following five outputs:
Tatsächlicher Beginn/ -es Ende23/08/1131/12/11

Systematik der Wissenschaftszweige 2002

  • 1810 Geographische Informationssysteme (GIS)
  • 1608 Erderwärmung, globale-