Niger submitted its revised NDC in 2021. The country commits unconditional emissions reductions of 22.75% by 2030 for the agriculture, forestry, and other land use sector and to reduce emissions in the energy sector by 11.20% by 2025 as compared to the business-as-usual scenario. Conditional on international support, Niger aims to reduce emissions in the energy sector by 48% by 2025. The estimated total cost of the NDC implementation is USD 9.9 billion, including USD 3.16 million for mitigation measures and USD 6.74 billion for adaptation. Niger is currently developing an NDC Action Plan and Investment Plan that will be fully aligned with the revised NDC.
Timeline of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Document Submissions
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Membership: member since 2019
Country Engagement: Since joining the Partnership, Niger has requested support related to designing or improving policies, strategies, plans, and legislation; improving the quality and ambition of the NDC; improving coordination and whole-of-society approach; designing or strengthening monitoring, evaluation, reporting, and verification (MRV systems); capacity building and knowledge products; preparation of NDC-related projects and pipelines for investment; mobilization of financial resources for NDC investment projects; private sector engagement to implement NDCs; and LT-LEDS development and/or enhancement. With Partnership support, Niger is developing an NDC Action Plan for the period 2023-2026 covering mitigation, adaptation and cross-cutting activities. In addition, partners have supported various activities, including the development of an adaptation M&E framework, the development of a climate Investment Plan, and the strengthening of local planning through climate change mainstreaming. For further information on the requests submitted by Niger, including outstanding areas of support, please follow the links in the following section.
Access the country specific documents relevant to NDC Partnership in‑country work below.