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International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
Samoa is highly exposed to natural hazards such as tropical cyclones, earthquakes, tsunamis, droughts, and floods. These damage economic growth and impact debt sustainability adversely. Increasing frequency and intensity of coastal storms are likely to amplify damage to infrastructure and livelihoods. Slow-moving climate stresses such as sea level rise and increasing heat hazard are also likely to impact potential growth in the main economic sectors such as agriculture, fisheries, and tourism.
International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.

Digital Financial Services 14. Spending Needs vs. Identified Financing, 2022–2026 15. Simulation of Impact of Ex-ante Adaptation Investment on GDP and Debt 16. Present Value of Public Debt to GDP Ratio 17. Climate Finance in Samoa TABLES 1. Strategic Gaps in Nationally Determined Contribution and Other Climate Plans 2. Climate Risk Profile 3. Mitigation Objectives, Proposed Actions and Estimated Costs 4. Fiscal and FX Buffers in Selected PICs 5. PCRAFI PCRIC Insurance 6. Adaptation Policy Gap Assessment 6. Adaptation Policy Gap Assessment 7

International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.

, a common approach to project assessment would be helpful (see Section VII ). Table 6. Samoa: Adaptation Policy Gap Assessment Risk profile Adaptation goals Adaptation policies Policy Gaps What climatological risks does the country expect as results of climate change? What are the key climate risks to address in adaptation plans? What are the goals and objectives of adaptation as elaborated in national plans? What actions do the national plans specify to reduce risks of climate change? What are the gaps between the risk