Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Current monitoring frameworks do not recognize deltas as distinctive social-ecological systems. They do not adequately address hazard-risk profiles, nor do they track delta-specific SDG interactions and trade-offs.

Sumana Banerjee

Nga Dao

Nga Do

Tuhin Ghosh

Andy Large

Graham Long

The Team

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen Tran Nhan

Hue Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Mashfiqus Salehin

Fabrice Renaud

Albert Salamanca

Manas Sanyal

Zita Sebesvari

Vo Thanh Son

Sylvia Szabo

WP5 will improve delta-level SDG monitoring and review processes. It will identify challenges and gaps in existing country and regional-level SDG-monitoring frameworks. With stakeholders, we will develop a new delta-specific indicator-based assessment framework. Mapping this framework against existing delta challenges and knowledge gaps will allow recommendations for improved delta outcomes. This new framework will have a participatory and heritage-sensitive character, and focus on marginalised and vulnerable groups.

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Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Current monitoring frameworks do not recognize deltas as distinctive social-ecological systems. They do not adequately address hazard-risk profiles, nor do they track delta-specific SDG interactions and trade-offs.

WP5 will improve delta-level SDG monitoring and review processes. It will identify challenges and gaps in existing country and regional-level SDG-monitoring frameworks. With stakeholders, we will develop a new delta-specific indicator-based assessment framework. Mapping this framework against existing delta challenges and knowledge gaps will allow recommendations for improved delta outcomes. This new framework will have a participatory and heritage-sensitive character, and focus on marginalised and vulnerable groups.

Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Current monitoring frameworks do not recognize deltas as distinctive social-ecological systems. They do not adequately address hazard-risk profiles, nor do they track delta-specific SDG interactions and trade-offs.

Sumana Banerjee

Nga Dao

Nga Do

Tuhin Ghosh

Andy Large

Graham Long

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen Tran Nhan

Hue Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Mashfiqus Salehin

Fabrice Renaud

Albert Salamanca

Manas Sanyal

Zita Sebesvari

Vo Thanh Son

Sylvia Szabo

WP5 will improve delta-level SDG monitoring and review processes. It will identify challenges and gaps in existing country and regional-level SDG-monitoring frameworks. With stakeholders, we will develop a new delta-specific indicator-based assessment framework. Mapping this framework against existing delta challenges and knowledge gaps will allow recommendations for improved delta outcomes. This new framework will have a participatory and heritage-sensitive character, and focus on marginalised and vulnerable groups.

Sumana Banerjee

Nga Dao

Nga Do

Tuhin Ghosh

Andy Large

Graham Long

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen Tran Nhan

Hue Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Mashfiqus Salehin

Fabrice Renaud

Albert Salamanca

Manas Sanyal

Zita Sebesvari

Vo Thanh Son

Sylvia Szabo

WP5 will improve delta-level SDG monitoring and review processes. It will identify challenges and gaps in existing country and regional-level SDG-monitoring frameworks. With stakeholders, we will develop a new delta-specific indicator-based assessment framework. Mapping this framework against existing delta challenges and knowledge gaps will allow recommendations for improved delta outcomes. This new framework will have a participatory and heritage-sensitive character, and focus on marginalised and vulnerable groups.

Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Current monitoring frameworks do not recognize deltas as distinctive social-ecological systems. They do not adequately address hazard-risk profiles, nor do they track delta-specific SDG interactions and trade-offs.

Sumana Banerjee

Nga Dao

Nga Do

Tuhin Ghosh

Andy Large

Graham Long

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen Tran Nhan

Hue Nguyen

Indrajit Pal

Mashfiqus Salehin

Fabrice Renaud

Albert Salamanca

Manas Sanyal

Zita Sebesvari

Vo Thanh Son

Sylvia Szabo

WP5 will improve delta-level SDG monitoring and review processes. It will identify challenges and gaps in existing country and regional-level SDG-monitoring frameworks. With stakeholders, we will develop a new delta-specific indicator-based assessment framework. Mapping this framework against existing delta challenges and knowledge gaps will allow recommendations for improved delta outcomes. This new framework will have a participatory and heritage-sensitive character, and focus on marginalised and vulnerable groups.

Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Current monitoring frameworks do not recognize deltas as distinctive social-ecological systems. They do not adequately address hazard-risk profiles, nor do they track delta-specific SDG interactions and trade-offs.