The National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process is an important opportunity to address gender inequalities that influence vulnerability to climate change. The NAP Global Network has published Towards Gender-Responsive NAP Processes: Progress and Recommendations for the Way Forward, a report based on an analysis of all completed NAP documents available on NAP Central at the end […]
This report presents an analysis of progress on integrating gender considerations in NAP processes. It is based on a review of completed NAP documents available on NAP Central at the end of January 2018, as well as data collected directly from country NAP teams. Based on this analysis, we draw out lessons learned to date […]
See also: Read the report Nepal’s National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process: Reflecting on Lessons Learned and the Way Forward. Last week in Kathmandu, over 30 government, civil society and media representatives gathered to reflect on Nepal’s NAP process to date, and to identify priorities for the way forward. The workshop was opened by Ram Prasad […]
Adaptation planning and action are rapidly gaining prominence on the international stage. This is the NAP Global Network’s fifth progress report. It highlights the Network’s activities and achievements between December 2021 to November 2022.
This progress report on the NAP Global Network’s activities from December 2020 to November 2021 highlights our work to support developing countries’ efforts on national adaptation planning and action.
Monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) systems are used to provide a structured approach to monitoring progress, evaluating results, and learning to ensure climate change adaptation strategies are effectively achieving their intended outcomes. This blog builds on what the NAP Global Network has learned about effective NAP processes to identify and explain the basics of a MEL system as part of NAP processes.
The NAP Expo 2023 took place in Santiago, Chile, from March 27-30, 2023, and the NAP Global Network Secretariat team was there to exchange experiences and lessons learned on NAP processes, showcase the outcomes of our support to over 60 developing countries, and engage with government and international organizations representatives
Government actors leading NAP processes in Benin, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Lebanon, Lesotho, Senegal and Togo will meet in Dakar, Senegal, from February 21–23 to learn how to increase the efficiency and accuracy of their climate change adaptation operations with risk and vulnerability assessments (RVAs).
This first progress review of Kenya’s National Adaptation Plan 2015–2030 examines adaptation activities in the agriculture sector.
This AdCom sets out in some detail Saint Lucia’s progress and continuing needs in climate adaptation.