Explaining Modalities, Procedures and Guidelines (MPGs) and Support Programmes
As part of an event on transparency, co-organized by PATPA during the Africa Climate Week, about 80 participants learned about Modalities, Procedures and Guidelines (MPGs) for the Enhanced Transparency Framework, and support programmes. During a panel discussion, countries were able to reflect on challenges, experiences and lessons learnt.
Workshop on tracking progress on adaptation to climate change in Uganda
From the 8th to the 10th of May of 2019, about 35 country representatives and 16 participants from international organizations and initiatives met in Kampala, Uganda, to discuss tracking progress on adaptation to climate change under the…
Workshop on strengthening MRV capacities in Zimbabwe
From the 6th to the 8th of November of 2018, about 27 participants from 14 Anglophone African countries and 10 speakers and organizers met in Harare, Zimbabwe, to discuss ways to strengthen MRV capacities and prepare for the…
Uganda moving forward with plans to implement NDC
The Government of Uganda has developed a climate change policy (2015) geared towards addressing the consequences of climate change and their causes through appropriate measures while promoting sustainable development and a green economy…
Anglophone African Regional Workshop on "Finance ready mitigation actions: building blocks for NDC achievement"
On 25-27April 2017, the Ghanaian Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology & Innovation (MESTI) in cooperation with the African Regional Group of the International Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement, are hosting an Anglophone Regional Workshop on "Finance ready mitigation Actions: building blocks for NDC achievement".
Kenya capitalises on renewable energy to extend energy access and business development
As one of the fastest growing economies on the African continent, Kenya has been dubbed the powerhouse of the African continent. According to its Vision 2030, the country strives for an ambitious economic transformation and aims to join the ranks of newly industrialized middle-income countries rank within the next 15 years. Meanwhile Kenya is set to double its population to 81 million people by 2050. This enormous change will entail increased energy use and emissions, which Kenya has set to address with a transition towards a low carbon development pathway.
Anglophone African Regional Workshop on “Converting INDCs into action: the role of NAMAs in INDC implementation” (2-4 May 2016, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
The workshop aimed to capitalize on the momentum of the Paris Agreement and facilitated discussion on converting INDCs into tangible, ambitious and implementable mitigation policies, programs and actions.
Training Workshop on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) for Anglophone & Lusophone Countries
The International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hosted a Training Workshop on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) for Anglophone & Lusophone Countries on September 23-24, in Entebbe (Uganda).
African Regional Workshop: Peer-to-peer exchange on BURs
The Environmental Protection Agency of Ghana, together with the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, hosted the second African Regional Workshop "Peer-to-peer exchange on BURs”. It is took place on October 15-17, Berlin, Germany.
MRV Workshop Uganda
In order to support Uganda’s process towards the implementation of a robust MRV System, UNDP, in partnership with the International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, brought together government and civil society representatives, in a three-day workshop held in Entebbe on 18th till the 20th of June 2014.