Promoting Implementation of the Paris Agreement in East Africa with a focus on pro-poor low emission development (PIPA)


The purpose of the project is to promote the implementation of the Paris Agreement in East Africa, focusing on increasing climate ambitions and integrating poverty alleviation. The project’s goal is to increase civil society’s influence in the adjustment process of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) and long-term low-emission development strategies (LEDS) in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The project focuses on 1) capacity building by strengthening CSO knowledge and capacity within NDC and LEDS processes including poverty alleviation and opportunities for international funding; 2) strengthening networks and coordinating among national and regional coalitions through exchange of experience and cooperation and 3) developing and conducting coordinated advocacy aimed at national, regional and international institutions and decision makers for more ambitious and poverty-oriented NDCs / LEDs and for increased international funding for the implementation of NDCs and LEDSs.

For more information go to: INFORSE-Africa: http://www.inforse.org/africa/East_Africa_PIPA.htm

Project data:
Project begins: January 1, 2017
Project ends: June 30, 2018
Project funded by: The Fund for Climate and Environment CISU
Project budget: DKK 3,5 mill.

Project documents
PIPA-2016_FINAL-.pdf
External-evaluation-report-August-2018.pdf
SustainableEnergy-Management-Response-to-evaluation-report.pdf

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