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  • This project seeks to address the gaps in the existing climate related policies at the national and county. The project will advocate for the Ecosystem Based Approaches to be used as the overall approach in national and county level policies and plans. The key policies that will be targeted in the policy advocacy are agriculture, the National Adaptation plan, Energy and water polices. The project will target key policy makers at national and county level to achieve its policy advocacy agenda. The policy/decision makers that will be targeted are Directors, Cabinet Ministries and legislators.  Women groups, Natural Resource Management groups, and Community Management Disaster Risk Reduction groups, Charcoal Production Association groups at the national and county level will also key in the PACJA’s advocacy process.   Project Outcomes National government authorities take action to develop, adopt or operationalize laws, policies and budgeted strategies that support the protection and sustainable management of natural resources through ecosystem-based adaptation in an equitable manner County Government authorities take action to develop, adopt or operationalize laws, policies and budgeted strategies that support the protection and sustainable management of natural resources through ecosystem-based adaptation in an equitable manner.     Funded by: Irish Aid           [ ....... ]
  • ANGAZA PROJECT BRIEF Introduction 1.1 Angaza Project Running for 2 years from September 2017, the Angaza project aims at strengthening civil society for improved engagement in climate change governance in Kenya. The Angaza project has a national reach covering all geographical areas and sectors of the Kenyan economy and specifically targets three objectives; To catalyse and facilitate civil society and broader citizen participation in the implementation of the National Climate Change Act, 2016, review of the National Climate Change Action Plan (2018-2022), Implementation of the Nationally Determined Contributions and Influence the National Climate Change Council. To track and monitor climate financing to ensure National Budget allocated for climate change and other climate finance streams meet the needs of the most vulnerable communities at the frontline of climate change impacts. To solidify gains achieved in the coordination of diverse groups aimed at consolidating a unified civil society voice in national climate change policy dialogues and interventions. The Momentum Committee facilitated by PACJA brings together various networks (Youth, Indigenous groups, Faith based networks, gender) and sector specific civil society organizations (Water, Agriculture, etc) ensure that their issues are championed in the climate change policy space. Through the Momentum Committee, the technical expertise [ ....... ]
  • This project seeks to scale-up existing Civil Society capacities to advocate for ambitious proposals, bring on-the-ground expertise to the table, help embed Green Climate Fund(GCF)-funded activities in a broader societal support for transformation and increase accountability of national authorities underscoring the reality that Civil Society engagement is key to achieve the intended paradigm shift towards low-emissions and climate-resilient economies and societies (GCF funding mandate) which the GCF aims at.It is implemented in Malawi, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, and Morocco. The project is implemented through a consortium with GermanWatch and CARE Germany leading the process.Visit Site [ ....... ]
  • Vulnerable communities in three drought-affected semi-arid counties (Embu, Tharaka Nithi and Kitui) are more resilient to the impact of shocks and stresses related to climate changeOutcome   Vulnerable households in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved levels of economic security Vulnerable households in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved levels of food security    Vulnerable communities in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved capacity to protect and manage natural resources in a climate sensitive manner Vulnerable communities in three drought-affected semi-arid Counties have improved capacity to plan for, respond to and cope with shocks and stresses related to climate change Key Links:Trocaire UK Aid [ ....... ]
  • This project aims to strengthen African civil society engagement in implementation of Paris Agreement through enhancing the capacity of national platforms, and particularly the 8 priority Chapters, to engage their governments in the implementation of Paris Agreement and SDGs. It will also facilitate selected national chapters to participate and contribute to sub-regional, regional and international climate change dialogue processes with a view to holding governments to account on their commitment to NDCs and other provisions of Paris Agreement as well as strengthen the governance structure of PACJA and national chapters to effectively deliver their mandate. It also seeks to broaden citizen awareness on the Paris Agreement through robust media engagement.SIDA website [ ....... ]

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