Most countries have faced financial and economic setbacks in recent years, some worse than others. But unlike many of the countries, Asia and the Pacific has some additional burdens to bear. Storms, floods, drought, and other climate changes over the last couple years have caused damage and mass migration that is costing unknown sums of money and causing millions of people to become misplaced.
But there is hope. As part of the Green Climate Fund (GEF) and the International Organization of Migration (IOM) has plans to help fund almost 3,000 projects in 168 developing countries. All of the projects will be “green” and environmentally friendly and will help communities adapt to the changes in climate. It is a project that will really benefit everyone, from a hotel in Bangkok, Thailand to flood victims in Bangladesh. For more information visit ipsnews.net