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The national adaptation plan (NAP) process was established under the Cancun Adaptation Framework (CAF). It enables Parties to formulate and implement national adaptation plans (NAPs) as a means of identifying medium- and long-term adaptation needs and developing and implementing strategies and programmes to address those needs. It is a continuous, progressive and iterative process which follows a country-driven, gender-sensitive, participatory and fully transparent approach.




 




 
Technical guidelines for the NAP process, prepared by the Least Developed Countries Expert Group (LEG), and based on the initial guidelines adopted at COP18
Information particularly relevant for least developed country Parties that are in the process of preparing and implementing NAPs
Information particularly relevant for non-LDC developing country Parties that are in the process of preparing and implementing NAPs
An event to catalyse actions and support for the NAP process. Conducted by the LEG and supported by the secretariat in collaboration with relevant organizations
A number of databases, including local coping strategies from communities that have had to adapt to specific hazards or climate conditions
Guidelines, brochures, best practices and other publications relevant to LDC Parties and on adaptation at large
Access to data, information and knowledge on adaptation to all relevant stakeholders that are developing adaptation plans
Information on countries’ progress in formulating and implementing NAPs, including remaining gaps and needs
Programmes developed by organizations and agencies to facilitate technical and financial support for the NAP process

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NAP Expo 2015
14 and 15 April 2015, Bonn area, Germany

Workshop on experiences, good practices, lessons learned, gaps and needs on the process to formulate and implement NAPs
16 and 17 April, Bonn area, Germany

 



Last modified: 11 May 2015




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