The Anglophone African Regional Group held its first regional workshop in 2013. The group currently comprises 26 developing countries throughout the region. Activities focus on sharing best practices, knowledge management, peer learning and capacity building. They aim to establish a basis for further consultation and collaboration among countries in the region and to provide demand-driven trainings and capacity development.

The group is open to all countries with an interest in learning about the topics of the Partnership on a peer-to-peer basis. The working language of this regional group is English.

For more information, please contact @email


To learn more about the activities of the Anglophone African Regional Group since 2013, please follow the links below:


PATPA and CBIT-GSP regional workshop on NDC tracking, South Africa


Virtual Regional Workshop on Adaptation Reporting via the BTR


Virtual Regional Workshop on enhancing Data Collection and Institutional Arrangements in AFOLU in Anglophone Africa

Virtual COP26 debriefing on adaptation reporting and prep-meeting ahead of the forthcoming PATPA Anglophone Africa Regional Group workshop


Regional Workshop on Tracking Progress on Adaptation to Climate Change, Uganda

Event at the African Regional Climate Week "Explaining Modalities, Procedures and Guidelines (MPGs) and Support Programmes", Ghana


Regional Workshop on Strengthening MRV Capacities, Zimbabwe


Regional Workshop on Finance ready mitigation actions: building blocks for NDC achievement, Ghana


Regional Workshop on Converting INDCs into action: the role of NAMAs in INDC implementation, Ethiopia


Regional Workshop on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) for Anglophone & Lusophone Countries, Uganda


Regional Workshop: Peer-to-peer exchange on BURs, Germany


Regional Workshop on Tracking Mitigation Actions in Africa, South Africa