Member Since Sep 2019
Palestine became a member of the NDC Partnership in September 2019 and has been actively engaged through the Climate Action Enhancement Package (CAEP), updating its NDC and developing fourteen gender-responsive NDC Implementation Plans which jointly form the country’s NDC Partnership Plan. A highly consultative process to develop the plans was undertaken with relevant government agencies, partners, and other local stakeholders. The Partnership Plan includes six key outcome areas focused on Health, Transport, Waste, Water, Agriculture, and Energy, as well as cross-cutting areas related to policy, finance, M&E, and regional cooperation. The NDC is explicitly aligned with SDGs 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 13, and the Partnership Plan contributes to national and sectoral development plans. Palestine’s Partnership Plan was launched and circulated to NDC Partnership members in September 2021 and resource mobilization is ongoing.
Environment Quality Authority and Ministry of Finance and Planning
Participating in Country Engagement
Current Stage of Country Engagement
Stage 4: Partnership Plan Implementation
This facilitator role is funded through Enabel/Belgium.
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NDC Partnership COP26 Pavilion, Hall 4
“Success Story on NDC CAEP Initiative: The case of Palestine NDC implementation”
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