Case Study Countries

CASE STUDY COUNTRIES

A total of seven countries have been selected for a country-level case study. Four of the countries are funded by the World Bank, two by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (UN-FAO), and one is self-financed.

Nicaragua

 Population (in millions):  6.1
 Population Density (per square km):  51
 GDP (PPP) (per capita):  $5,755.00
 Institutional capacity:  Low
 Hazards:  Flooding, Earthquake, Landslide, Tsunami, Volcano, Cyclone

Norway

 Population (in millions): 5.2
 Population Density (per square km): 15.8
 GDP (PPP) (per capita): $70,665.00
 Institutional capacity: High
 Hazards: Flooding

India

 Population (in millions): 1324.1
 Population Density (per square km): 394.5
 GDP (PPP) (per capita): $7,153.00
 Institutional capacity: Medium
 Hazards: Flooding, Landslide, Cyclone, Wildfires

Myanmar

 Population (in millions): 51.4
 Population Density (per square km): 76
 GDP (PPP) (per capita): $6,360.00
 Institutional capacity: Low
 Hazards: Flooding, Landslide, Cyclone, Wildfires

Nigeria

 Population (in millions): 185.9
 Population Density (per square km): 197.2
 GDP (PPP) (per capita): $6,351.00
 Institutional capacity:  Low
 Hazards:  Flooding, Wildfires

Turkey

 Population (in millions): 79.8
 Population Density (per square km): 102
 GDP (PPP) (per capita): $27,634.00
 Institutional capacity: Medium
 Hazards: Flooding, Earthquake, Landslide, Volcano, Wildfires

Nepal

 Population (in millions): 28.9
 Population Density (per square km): 180
 GDP (PPP) (per capita): $2,573.00
 Institutional capacity: Low
 Hazards: Flooding, Earthquake, Landslide, Wildfires