Families Affected by Climate Hazards - National Level

Families affected by climate hazards - National Level – both in percentage % and number of families affected overall, and disaggregate by climate hazard (foods, storms, drought).

Families affected by climate hazards - National Level – both in percentage % and number of families affected overall, and disaggregate by climate hazard (foods, storms, drought).

Families Affected by Climate Hazards - Province Level

Families affected by climate hazards - Province Level – both in percentage % and number of families affected overall, and disaggregate by climate hazard (foods, storms, drought).

Families affected by climate hazards - Province Level – both in percentage % and number of families affected overall, and disaggregate by climate hazard (foods, storms, drought).

Families Affected by Climate Hazards - View

Families affected by climate hazards - View.

families affected by climate hazards

Definition

Proportion of families affected by extreme weather events in a given year, expressed in number of affected households per 1,000 households. This indicator is disaggregated by hazard type namely floods, drought and storms.

Method

The indicator is built directly from CDB data on the number of households (HH) which have been affected by one or more of the three hazard types considered, expressed as a proportion of the total number of households, expressed in per-mille (‰) households.

Proportion of families affected by climate hazards

Indicator=   Number of HH affected by at least one of the 3 types of extreme weather events

Total number of HH * 1,000

Proportion of families affected by specific climate hazard (e.g. floods)

Disaggregated indicator =  Number of HH affected by the specific climate hazard (e.g. floods)

                                                                   Total number of HH * 1,000

Data source: CDB, MoP

Frequency: Yearly

Unit: ‰ HH

Institution: NCSD/MoP

Reference

Rai, N., Brooks N., Tin P., Neth B., and Nash E. (2015). Developing a national M&E framework for climate change: Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development (TAMD) in Cambodia. Research Report, IIED, London. [http://pubs.iied.org/10118IIED]

BASELINE (2014): 18HH affected by extreme weather events

(16‰ affected by floods; 36‰ affected by drought; 2.5‰ affected by storms)