By providing support through a four-stage process, we are helping African countries adhere to the UN Framework on Climate Change
In response to some countries in Africa who’ve expressed the need for assistance with the development of their Intended National Determined Contributions (INDC) for submission to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), we’ve begun supporting 10 countries, with particular attention paid to Least Developed Countries and Small Islands Developing States, in their development of an INDC.
We are providing this support through a four-stage process involving diagnostics, support to institutions, mitigation or adaptation action plans and INDC drafting, and communication. We first begin with the development of an inception report highlights main key actions to be undertaken. This report guides our implementation of a diagnosis phase, literature review, and preparation of potential options. Next, we establish an inception workshop, organize consultation sessions, and support capacity-building of the local technical team. Following the first two stages, we develop mitigation potential projections and adaptation options to support the delivery of draft INDC outlines and the finalization of those drafts in line with established timelines. Finally, we provide feedback on the INDC elaboration process by documenting lessons learned, best practices, and feedback on the outputs and outcomes of the process.
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