Developing lasting and effective processes to support the iterative formulation and implementation of NAPs

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Event Dates

09 April 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This session at NAP Expo 2019 explored how countries are addressing good practices that support a long-term approach to support the NAPs, including:

Building strong and lasting institutional arrangements through formal legislation and mandates;
Setting a long-term vision on the benefits of the adaptation actions;
Designing of umbrella national programmes to oversee adaptation planning including priority setting, mobilizing and managing resources, facilitating implementation, overseeing monitoring and evaluation, etc.;
Building explicit and strong linkages to the GCF country programming strategy, the UNDAF, bilateral agency frameworks, and other related strategies and frameworks;
Timing and sequencing of the actions, taking into account links to development, interdependencies, cost effectiveness, synergy and benefits;
Paying special consideration to the guiding principles of NAPs such as with respect to gender responsiveness and consideration of the most vulnerable, country-drivenness, involvement of multiple stakeholders and  basing adaptation planning on best available science.
 
Objective
Share experiences of countries in building effective processes to support the iterative formulation and implementation of NAPs
Show how countries are mobilizing diverse support for their NAPs
 
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