Validation Workshop on Finalization of the project proposal preparation: Enabling an Effective National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process for Tajikistan
5 April 2018 – Dushanbe, Tajikistan
On 5th of April 2018, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Tajikistan jointly with Committee for Environmental Protection (CoEP) under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan conducted a Validation Workshop to finalize the project proposal preparation process “Enabling an Effective National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process for Tajikistan”, with participation of government entities, international agencies and local NGOs. The project prepared will be funded by Readiness and Preparatory Support Programme of the Green Climate Fund.
The workshop was facilitated by Mr. Keith Bettinger, UNDP’s Regional Expert on Climate Change Adaptation. The workshop led the participants through major considerations in formulating and implementing the NAP planning.
The discussions evolved on design of the effective national processes mainstreaming climate change. It allowed the participants and organizations to share their experiences on adaptation planning on national and local levels. Issues of strengthening interagency coordination and institutional arrangements for adaptation planning and implementation, as well as implementation capacities strengthened of sectoral ministries were presented during the workshop. Most importantly, the workshop allowed the participants to validate the concept, logical framework and implementation arrangements of the project proposal.
The event was organized within the framework of “Facilitating Climate Resilience in Tajikistan” project funded by the Russian Federation – United Nations Development Programme Fund for Development.
For more information please contact: Ms. Nargizakhon Usmanova –Team Leader on Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management and Environmental Protection with UNDP Tajikistan at: email@example.com
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