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Workshop
LEG workshops on NAPs Madagascar

Time:

01:00 - 00:59

Venue:

Hotel Carlton Anosy

City:

Antananarivo

Country:

Madagascar

Français Portugais


Date: 7-11 September 2015

Venue: Antananarivo, Madagascar

The Least Developed Countries Expert Group (LEG) is conducting regional training workshops on national adaptation plans (NAPs) as part of its work programme for 2014–2015. The training workshops are designed to support countries to advance in their NAP process beyond the training conducted during previous regional training workshops. The workshops are designed and tailored for each region through the support of an advisory group. The advisory group is composed of representatives and/or experts from the respective countries, United Nations organizations, bilateral agencies, regional centers and networks, and other international organizations that work on adaptation in the least developed countries (LDCs) from the respective regions. This workshop is the fifth in the series.

Objectives of the workshop

1.To provide technical guidance to countries in addressing the objectives of the process to formulate and implement NAPs;

2.To provide technical support in selected methodologies and tools relevant  to the process to formulate and implement NAPs based on the UNFCCC technical guidelines;

3.To enhance understanding of procedures for accessing financial support through existing funding mechanism such as the Green Climate Fund and the Global Environment Facility;

4.To provide a platform for countries to share experiences and lessons learned and to promote good practices in adaptation planning;

5.To promote collaboration at the regional level and integrated approaches that address local to regional as well as short to medium- and long-term approaches to adaptation action.


Training material  

Session I: Setting the stage 

1.0  Introduction to the workshop (727 kB)

1.1  Introduction and quick guide to the process to formulate and implement NAPs, essential functions (374 kB)

1.2.a  Framing adaptation in the context of development(147 kB)

1.2.b Lemurs and other biodiversity in Madagascar

1.3  Scoping the process to formulate and implement NAPs(245 kB)

Session II: Stakeholders and actors 

1.4  Rapid stocktaking to identify gaps and needs (95 kB)

2.1  Stakeholder analysis (158 kB)

 2.2 Mapping of actors and institutional arrangements (158 kB)

Session III: Parallel workstreams

3.0  Introduction to a country case (1832 kB) (worked example)

4.0  Creating workstreams (230 kB)

 

Introduction to NAP Central 

Session IV: Parallel workstreams

4.1  Policy and institutional arrangements (496 kB)

4.2  Development-first systems approach to the assessment (203 kB)

4.3  Climate risk analysis (366 kB)

4.4  Project management: planning and implementation strategies (130 kB)

Country Teamwork: Development of country road maps

Session V: Multi-stakeholder future visioning and appraisal

5.1  Multi-stakeholder future visioning (176 kB)

5.2  Appraisal and ranking of adaptation options (1043 kB)

5.3  Implementation strategies for policies, projects, programmes; Adaptation pathways (735 kB)

Session VI: Compiling the NAP and reporting on progress

6.1  Compiling the NAP (78 kB)

 6.2 Report on progress for the whole process (78 kB)

Session VII: Support for the process to formulate and implement NAPs 

7.1 Overview of support for the process to formulate and implement NAPs

7.2 Development of projects and programmes for funding: Implementation and managing for results

Country Teamwork: Development of country road maps

Session VIII: Consolidating country roadmaps

8.1 Consolidation of country roadmaps 

Session IX: Presentation of country roadmaps

9.1 Interactive learning, evaluation and review 

Session X: Wrap up and closing

10.1 Open discussion on the process to formulate and implement NAPs

10.2 Workshop evaluation

10.3 Closing

Language:

English