Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program (CCHAP)
The Climate Change and Health Adaptation program (CCHAP), which includes a North of 60°N and a South of 60°N stream, is designed to build capacity by funding community-designed and driven projects. This program funds First Nations and Inuit communities’ efforts to build capacity to adapt to the health impacts of climate change and can include food security-related projects such as researching traditional food security and access to country food.
There is no deadline to apply for the CCHAP North of 60°N.
Funding for the CCHAP South for First Nations South of 60°N program takes place on an annual basis with a call for applications sent out in the summer of each year.
Detailed profiles of projects supported through the program can be found at Climate Telling.