Presentation on theme: "1 BANGLADESH In conjunction with the UNDP Country Office, NAP-GSP support is aligned with a USD 40,000 grant from the Norwegian Government to commence."— Presentation transcript:
1 BANGLADESH In conjunction with the UNDP Country Office, NAP-GSP support is aligned with a USD 40,000 grant from the Norwegian Government to commence a NAP roadmap. Mr. Quamrul Chowdhury, Chairman, Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee (JISC), met the NAP- GSP team during COP19. Assistance is requested for facilitating inter-ministerial/cross-sectoral discussions to sensitize Bangladeshi officials on the NAP process and chart out a NAP action plan. CAMBODIA Several strategies have been developed and adopted in Cambodia. However, climate change action is not yet fully mainstreamed in development planning and budgeting. Cambodia is seeking support to mainstream climate change into development planning. GIZ, UNDP and UNEP working together to develop a draft TOR for initiating support the Cambodian NAP process. COMOROS NAP-GSP responded to official request for support from Government. NAP-GSP is pending for nominated designee for follow-up teleconference. BURKINA FASO M. Honadia Permanent Secretary, National Council for the Environment and Sustainable Development indicated that the support required includes: Review of the existing NAP-related roadmap prepared by Burkina Faso Support with sensitization of local authorities on establishing a system to support climate sensitive development planning iteratively and establishing this system is needed. Fielding a UNDP assistance team to Ouagadougou in Dec 2013. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO NAP-GSP responded to official request for support from Government. Government of DRC has assigned Professor Jean IIDEMPO as focal point for follow-up. Teleconference held on 18 Nov. DJIBOUTI NAP-GSP responded to official request for support from Government. Mr. Dini Abdallah Omar, Secretary General and UNFCCC Focal Point, Ministry of Housing, Urban Planning and Environment is focal point. NAP-GSP will follow up on discussions. LESOTHO NAP-GSP meeting at COP19 with Ms. Mabafokeng Mahahabisa, Lesotho Meteorological Services (LMS) and Mr. Emmanuel Lesoma, Principal Secretary of Ministry of Natural Resources. Support required to develop NAP process roadmap. Assistance required to implement LDCF to support capacity building activities. THE GAMBIA Following request for support, the NAP-GSP is awaiting Mr. Pa Ousman Jarju, Director and UNFCCC Focal Point Department of Water Resources - nominated focal person - for details on specific support needs. UNDP is assisting Gambia with the conduct of a CPEIR analysis in order to held identify specific entry points for advancing the NAP process. MALI Following request for support, the NAP-GSP is awaiting the nomination of a designee to discuss Mali’s support needs. MAURITANIA Following request for support, the NAP-GSP is awaiting the nomination of a designee to discuss Mauritania’s support needs. MALAWI UNDP, UNEP, and UNITAR have discussed potential entry points with the Govt. of Malawi. Govt. of Malawi has advanced their NAP process through their National Climate Change Programme (NCCP). NAP-GSP agreed to assist with facilitating stakeholder dialogue to determine the appropriate institutional arrangements for the implementation of NAP process including sharing of other countries’ experience. The Government is closely coordinating on their NAP related work via the UNDP Country Office. The NAP-GSP invited Mr. A.M. Kamperewra, Environmental Affairs Department, to speak at a COP19 side event (organized by the GEF and GIZ) on progress of Malawi on support requested from the NAP-GSP. MOZAMBIQUE Meeting held at COP19 with NAP-GSP focal point Ms. Telma Antonio Manjate, Head of Dept. of International Cooperation, Ministry for the Coordination of Environmental Affairs, to discuss needs. NIGER Dr. Kamayé Mââzou, Sec. Gen. National Council of the Environment for Sustainable Development, is the focal point for NAP-related discussions. During discussions at COP19, Niger requested support with conducting a stock take of ongoing initiatives to mainstream climate into national planning and budgeting in order to identify gaps. Niger requested support around Feb/March to sensitize the local donor community and find ways for bilateral finance to support the NAP process. SUDAN Prof. Haider Elsafi, Secretary General, Higher Council for Environment and Natural Resources (HCENR) has been nominated as focal point. Preliminary discussions on NAP-related needs held during COP19. Scheduling a follow-up teleconference. RWANDA Government has nominated Mr. Faustin Munyazikwiye, Director of Climate Change and International Obligations Unit at Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) as focal point for scheduling a follow-up teleconference. UNDP, UNEP and AfDB are working together to support the Govt. with the costing of a Green Economy related plan in order to inform planning and budgeting processes on costs of climate change related actions. TANZANIA Mr. Richard Muyungi, Assistant Director of Environment, VPO, assigned as focal point for NAP-GSP. Additional discussions pending on support needs. BENIN A team from UNEP visited Benin in Oct. 2013 to determine needs in context of NAPs; aligning support on Green Climate Fund (GCF). Readiness with work that is required in context of the NAP process. Additional discussions are pending. Bangladesh Cambodia Malawi Comoros Djibouti Lesotho Mozambique Tanzania DRC Benin Burkina Faso Mali Mauritania The Gambia Rwanda Niger Sudan
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