CIDT support the country engagement of the NDC Partnership in Dominican Republic, Jordan and Morocco

5 November 2018
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In August-September 2018 facilitation services were provided for NDC Partnership multi-sector planning workshops by Ella Haruna in Jordan, and CIDT Associates James Johnson in Dominican Republic and Cath Long in Morocco. Remote support was also provided to planning processes for the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

The NDC Partnership aims to enhance cooperation so that countries have access to the technical knowledge and financial support they need to achieve large-scale climate and sustainable development targets as quickly and effectively as possible. Nationally determined contributions (NDCs) embody efforts by each country to reduce national emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.

NDC Partnership Country Engagement

The NDC Partnership Country Engagement workshops are intended to identify and clarify government objectives and needs for achieving NDC targets, and to align Development Partner projects and programs with the needs identified by member country governments. The multi-stakeholder workshops host Government, private sector, non-state actors, academia, development partners, and implementing partners.

CIDT’s role

Since June 2018, NDCP has retained CIDT on a call-down contract to provide facilitation services in support of key country engagement processes of the NDC Partnership.

The CIDT facilitator role is to serve as a neutral facilitator to manage an effective process and ensure that workshop objectives are achieved. The wider objective of the process is to stimulate national and international stakeholder interest and engagement and develop ownership of the planning process and the output of that process.

Photos from Jordan