Sudan submitted its updated NDC in 2022. The updated NDC articulates low carbon development interventions in energy, forestry, and waste to achieve emissions reduction by 2030 by decreasing emissions by 27.1 Mt CO2eq through mitigation actions in the three priority sectors. Additionally, the updated NDC covers adaptation measures for water, agriculture, public health, and coastal zones which are critical to build resilience to climatic risks. The total estimated cost of NDC implementation for both mitigation and adaptation measures is USD 8.23 billion until 2030.
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, Sudan has requested support related to mainstreaming NDCs into national/subnational planning and budgeting; improving the quality and ambition of the NDC; designing or strengthening monitoring, evaluation, reporting, and verification (MRV systems); and LT-LEDS development and/or enhancement. In addition, partners have supported various activities, including financial and technical assistance in submitting enhanced NDC and fast-tracking their implementation, with support from the Climate Action Enhancement Package (CAEP) and the quantification of economic impacts of climate change, assessment of institutional capacities, and recommendations for further mainstreaming of climate into the mandates and processes of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. For further information on the requests submitted by Sudan, 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.