The role of climate finance in strengthening resilience-building efforts in SIDS
AbstractSmall Island Developing States (SIDS) are a group ofcountries with smaller territorial size and higher remotenessthan other countries in the world. They face unique economicvulnerabilities that arise from their small domesticmarkets, limited number of skilled workforce, and narrownatural resource base. According to the Economic VulnerabilityIndex (EVI), SIDS are the most economically vulnerableamong developing countries, particularly to exogenousand environmental shocks.
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