In 2006, Madagascar’s National Adaptation Program of Action (NAPA) laid the groundwork for a national plan of action on climate change and identified several poverty and economic growth criteria to be used in the evaluation and prioritization of proposed new projects. Key sectors identified for adaptation activities include coastal areas, agriculture and forestry, water resource management, infrastructure and health. Adaptation costs for Madagascar are estimated at US$29 billion in the country's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution. The country is scaling up climate-smart agriculture, carrying out reforestation, and implementing integrated water resources management. It has committed to finalize the National Framework for Meteorological Services by 2020.