The Kiribati Adaptation Program – Phase II (KAPII) was the US$5.8 million Pilot Implementation phase of the Program, which ran from 2006 to 2011.
KAPII developed and demonstrated a systematic diagnosis of climate-related problems, designed and implemented cost-effective adaptation measures and continued the integration of climate risk awareness and responsiveness into economic and operational planning from KAPI.
KAPII had five broad components:
1. Policy, planning, and information
2. Reducing the vulnerability of the coastline including key public assets and ecosystems
3.The development and management of freshwater resources
4.Providing technical assistance to build capacity at island and community level