Namibia joined the Partnership in February 2017, appointing the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) and the National Planning Commission as Focal Points. The Government of Namibia and the NDC Partnership organized a High-Level Forum in October 2017 to identify climate action objectives and priorities, and mobilize a community of action behind its climate agenda. In response to a letter requesting support from the Partnership, the Partnership has consolidated responses from members and worked with the MET to develop a Plan of action that includes and aligns sector strategic plans and the Fifth National Development Plan, and includes core project finance needs in energy, agriculture and forestry and other land uses, waste, transport and marine and coastal resources. With the support of Germany, a facilitator to coordinate the implementation of the Partnership Plan has been embedded in the MET. Given its unique climate and geology, Namibia is testing innovative systems at scale to address climate impacts and sustainable development for a distributed population.