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CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PROGRAM - PACC PERÚ

"Strengthening actions , climbing answers"

For sustainable improvement in the lives of rural Andean populations to a changing climate.


Introduction to the second stage

We started the second phase of the program in order to consolidate the foundation of life and reduce vulnerability to climate change of the population strata of medium and high poverty in rural High Andean areas prioritized by the program.

We seek to promote effective action of public and private stakeholders to ensure that vulnerable groups to achieve:

  • Strengthen initiatives and practices that contribute to adaptation.
  • Develop new skills to deal with climate change.
  • And improve their ability to proffer and influence public decisions.


In order to achieve this, we have partners and allies as counterparts:

National Level:

Partners: Ministry of the Environment of Peru MINAM
Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion MIDIS - Foncodes FONCODES - Haku Wiñay Programme ("my entrepreneurial agricultural plot"), local governments and rural families, and ministry of economy MEF
Allies: Network of Rural Municipalities (REMURPE), Agrorural, INIA, CONCYTEC, Assembly of Rectors, specialized training institutions in governance, Platform for Rural Development Roundtable for Poverty Reduction Project and IPACC.

Regional (sub-national) Level:

Partners: Regional Governments of Cusco and Apurimac.
University of San Antonio Abad in Cusco, University Micaela Bastidas in Apurimac.
Allies: Regional Technical Groups Climate Change Cusco and Apurimac, CORCYTEC, IPACC Project.

Local Level:

Allies: Local Government Municipalities (priority intervention areas of Cusco and Apurimac Foncodes), Rural Communities and Rural Families.

Direction of evolution of the first phase to the second phase:

The First Phase of the PACC tested approaches, methodologies and practices that have enabled it to evolve into their more ambitious goals that respond to regional and domestic demand to promote climate change management program. Thus, the following table shows the development from the achievements of Phase I of its development in Phase II.