Member Since Oct 2016
Uganda's original requests for support have since evolved into five results-based outcomes, with 49 specific outputs, under the themes of policy, budget and investment, data and monitoring, capacity building, and project financing. Uganda’s NDC Partnership Plan was validated by the Government on 26 June 2018 and will be carried forward in part by an in-country facilitator, supported by the Government of the Netherlands who is positioned in the Climate Change Department of the Ministry of Water and Environment. The facilitator will coordinate between Focal Points and the development partner community. Uganda is seeking opportunities to make its climate agenda more ambitious through the Partnership Plan, advancing the timeline for some NDC actions to be achieved much sooner than 2030. Uganda’s NDC priorities are also already mainstreamed as part of climate change actions in the country's National Development Plan 2, the National Climate Change Policy, and the Green Growth Development Strategy, as well as the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) and a number of sectoral policies and strategies.
Ministry of Water and Environment, Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development, and National Planning Authority
Participating in Country Engagement
Current Stage of Country Engagement
Stage 4: Partnership Plan Implementation
This facilitator role is funded through the Netherlands
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