USAID is the lead U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realize their potential.
Activities build the resilience of countries, communities, individuals, and natural assets to climate change and variability from sudden events such as floods, storms as well as droughts and slower onset impacts such as hotter temperatures and sea-level rise. USAID activities enhance delivery of weather and climate information and tools and pilot new approaches to building resilience.
USAID works with countries around the world to increase access to climate and weather science, data and tools so that countries and communities can identify vulnerabilities and develop adaptation strategies to build climate resilience. USAID supports the growing global Climate Services Partnership (CSP), which matches decision-makers with information under the international Global Framework for Climate Services system.
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