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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. 1. RWANDA

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Bangladesh

  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • COMOROS

  • NAP-GSP responded to official request for support from Government.

  • NAP-GSP is pending for nominated designee for follow-up teleconference.

  • MALI

  • Following request for support, the NAP-GSP is awaiting the nomination of a designee to discuss Mali’s support needs.

Sudan

  • 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.

Niger

  • MAURITANIA

  • Following request for support, the NAP-GSP is awaiting the nomination of a designee to discuss Mauritania’s support needs.

Mali

  • 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.

Mauritania

The Gambia

Bangladesh

Djibouti

Burkina Faso

Cambodia

Rwanda

  • 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.

Benin

Malawi

  • 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.

DRC

Comoros

Tanzania

Mozambique

Lesotho

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.


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