Support Climate Change 
Mitigation and Adaptation
Boulahya Mohammed Sadeck, Team Leader
1st Project Steering Committee Bru...
Funding: ENPI, 2012 regional envelope, € 5 million
Target countries: ENPI South (10 countries and territories)
Regional co...
Overall objective:
Purposes (specific objectives): 
Transition towards low carbon development and climate resilience
Stren...
R1.1 Negotiation capacity enhanced
Component 1
g p y
R1.2 Awareness increased
R2.1 NAMAs and LEDS identified and formulate...
Flexibility & Customization
Delivery Strategy
Sustainability, dissemination and replication
Regional and Sub‐Regional Acti...
• The political instability of the region
• Inability of the public authorities and entities concerned to give priority to...
Project managementProject management
→ DEVCO F4 for project oversight and management
→ Regional project office  (Beirut)
→...
Key experts(K E )Key experts(K.E.)
→ KE1 (team leader) / Climate change / 880 man/days (Mohammed BOULAHYA)
→ KE2 / Mitigat...
Time Table of ActivitiesTime Table of Activities
Inception Phase ( 6 months)
Implementation Phase (39 Months)
Closure Phas...
ReportsReports
Inception report, including draft annual work plan and overall work plan
Annual work plans
Interim progress...
The Implementation p
StrategyStrategy
The assessment tool
In each country  analysis of the situation described in 
climate change relevant documentation and the...
Inception phasep p
Mobilization of key experts and establishment of project offices and local 
support staff  
Assessment ...
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Support Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation

  1. 1. Support Climate Change  Mitigation and Adaptation Boulahya Mohammed Sadeck, Team Leader 1st Project Steering Committee Bruxelles, 11th-12th September 2013
  2. 2. Funding: ENPI, 2012 regional envelope, € 5 million Target countries: ENPI South (10 countries and territories) Regional context: ‐ highly vulnerable to CC ‐ limited Globally Proportionate/per Capita fast growing GHG emissions,ted G oba y opo t o ate/pe Cap ta ast g o g G G e ss o s, ‐ limited capacity to monitor GHG emissions and to develop CC‐related policies ‐ 9 target countries are CP to UNFCCC (Palestine = observer)‐ 9 target countries are CP to UNFCCC (Palestine = observer) ‐ non‐Annex I countries → no GHG reduction commitment A challenge: Coordination with the many on going CC related initiatives in theA challenge: Coordination with the many on‐going CC‐related initiatives in the Mediterranean Region
  3. 3. Overall objective: Purposes (specific objectives):  Transition towards low carbon development and climate resilience Strengthened institutional capacity for: 1. Negotiating and implementing the international CC framework Component 1 g g p g 2. Strategic planning on CC mitigation (MRV, LEDs, NAMAs) 3. Strategic planning on CC adaptation (use and sharing of data, national strategies,  mainstreaming…) Component 2 4. Better access to financing mechanisms 5. Enhanced EU‐South and South‐South dialogue on CC
  4. 4. R1.1 Negotiation capacity enhanced Component 1 g p y R1.2 Awareness increased R2.1 NAMAs and LEDS identified and formulated R2.2 CO2eq emission reductions estimated R2.3 GHG emission reporting capacity increasedR2.3 GHG emission reporting capacity increased R3.1 Improved use of climate science and climate modelling Component 2 R4.1 Climate finance mechanism training  provided in workshops R4.2 Pilot climate finance mechanisms applications completed R5.1 Regional cooperation enhanced R5.2 Donor coordination strengthened R5.3 Information access facilitated
  5. 5. Flexibility & Customization Delivery Strategy Sustainability, dissemination and replication Regional and Sub‐Regional Activities Visibility Communication with EU and ENP CountriesVisibility, Communication with EU and ENP Countries
  6. 6. • The political instability of the region • Inability of the public authorities and entities concerned to give priority to theInability of the public authorities and entities concerned to give priority to the  areas of action, and to develop inter‐sector co‐operation; • Activities  focused on emerging concepts and mechanisms that are not yet fully  h NAMAmature, such as NAMAs • Flexibility and careful monitoring of social and political developments and of  developments in international climate change negotiations. 
  7. 7. Project managementProject management → DEVCO F4 for project oversight and management → Regional project office  (Beirut) → Project steering committee: ‐ EC (DEVCO, DG Clima…), Partner Countries, Consultant,  ‐ meetings at the end of inception phase and then on annual basis → Duration: 48 months
  8. 8. Key experts(K E )Key experts(K.E.) → KE1 (team leader) / Climate change / 880 man/days (Mohammed BOULAHYA) → KE2 / Mitigation / 800 man/days (Elsayed Sabry Mansour)/ g / / y ( y y ) → KE3 / Vulnerability and adaptation / 800 man/days (Yadh Labbene) → KE4 / Information and communication / 440 man/days ( Elda Sortino) NKE in M&E ( Annie Bonnin Roncerel) Non‐key experts: 690 man/days for thematic junior and senior experts (experts from Palestine &Israel)
  9. 9. Time Table of ActivitiesTime Table of Activities Inception Phase ( 6 months) Implementation Phase (39 Months) Closure Phase (3 Months)
  10. 10. ReportsReports Inception report, including draft annual work plan and overall work plan Annual work plans Interim progress reports Financial reportsFinancial reports Final report S ifi t h i l t d t tSpecific technical reports and outputs
  11. 11. The Implementation p StrategyStrategy
  12. 12. The assessment tool In each country  analysis of the situation described in  climate change relevant documentation and the resultsclimate change relevant documentation and the results  obtained during interviews and discussions using a set  of questionnaires prepared on mitigation, adaptation  and communication related issues. (All countries  visited  by the key experts during the inception phase) A qualitative assessment is carried out by assigning a  level to each analysis element state as follow: [1] Very  2 2,5 3 3,5 4 Data  collection Data  analysis Finance  mechanisms low [2] Low   [3] Average  [4] Good  [5] Very Good The results obtained are converted in a visual  representation or ‘spider chart’; several possible  0 0,5 1 1,5 2 Climate  modeling Adaptation  plan  formulationMitigation  Miti ti   MRV LEDS  formulation Current status Possible  intervention intervention areas are charted on the spokes of the  diagram Regional  and national activities formulation h b d f formulationg option  identificatio n Mitigation  option  costing This process can be repeated from time to time to  measure progress and to readjust the planned  interventions. The tool can also be applied several  times to zoom in on various topics Interventions aretimes to zoom in on various topics. Interventions are  formulated against needs as assessed.
  13. 13. Inception phasep p Mobilization of key experts and establishment of project offices and local  support staff   Assessment missions in each country  producing an update country report Regional  Stakeholders and Donors consultation Development of a communication and visibility plan  Determination of baseline indicators and target for M&EDetermination of baseline indicators and target for M&E Draft regional and national work programmes Drafting and submission of Inception report Steering Committee  organisation
  14. 14. Thank youThank youThank youThank you

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