Adapt Afghanistan hosts over 1,000 data layers to facilitate on-the-ground actions to build resilience of communities and ecosystems in Afghanistan, with a focus on the Panj-Amu River Basin. The data layers were created and compiled through a comprehensive climate change vulnerability assessment covering six sectors: climate, natural hazards, ecosystems, hydrology, and local communities.

The Map Viewer allows visualization of all data layers through the Map Filter. Different data layers can also be compared side-by-side using the Layer Comparer. The data can also be accessed and downloaded for offline use.

The accompanying Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Report is available as a PDF, which summarizes key vulnerabilities across the six sectors and provides a series of policy and management recommendations to increase the adaptive capacity of communities and ecosystems to climate change.