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While the integration of climate change adaptation into development planning, programmes and budgeting is starting to take place, there has been little progress in developing a co-ordinated, integrated approach within existing poverty alleviation policy frameworks.

This 2006 report presents examples of efforts from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan, Mexico and Kenya, highlighting a number of key barriers and opportunities to mainstreaming climate change adaptation in developing countries.

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