Koubri, December from 15th to 17th 2020 – The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) in partnership with NDC Partnership and the Ministry of Environment, Green Economy and Climate Change of Burkina Faso conducted under the Climate Action Enhancement Package (CAEP) project a workshop to identify detailed activities for Burkina Faso’s NDC Sectoral Plans.
The workshop was attended by forty – five (45) representatives from Green Climate Found National Designated Authority, three (3) Non Governmental organization and from eleven key ministries: Ministry of Environment, Green Economy and Climate Change; Ministry of Agriculture and hydro-agricultural schemes; Ministry of Animal and Fishing Resource; Ministry of Water and Sanitation; Ministry of Transport, Urban Mobility and Road safety; Ministry of Women, National Solidarity and Family; Ministry of Energy; Ministry of Infrastructures; Ministry of Health, Ministry of Research and Innovation and the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Development.
This workshop was organized following the one held on September 29 and 30, 2020 to identify actions to be integrated into sectoral plans.
Thus, it contributed to :
- examine, update and complete the content of drafts of the sectoral plans;
- validate the proposed actions identified at the September 2020 workshop;
- identify complementary and/or additional adaptation and mitigation actions, on the basis of the ministries planning framework (sectoral policy, ministerial strategy, budget – program, programs and projects).
The finalization process was overseen by Lamine Ouedraogo (GGGI – Senior Officer Green Growth Programing), Mr. Do Etienne Traoré (UNFCCC Focal Point) and Mr. Péléga Athanase Kinda (NDC – Partnership Country Facilitator).
In total, ten (10) sectoral plans, related to the above ministries, have been finalized with a strong gender mainstreaming. Each sectoral plan is structured in three axis:
- Axis 1: Strengthening the adaptive capacities and resilience;
- Axis 2: Reduction of GHG emissions in the sector;
- Axis 3: Strengthening gender equity in the fight against climate change in the sector.
In addition, an institutional mechanism for implementation and monitoring, as well as a communication strategy have been proposed.
The key next step will be the official transmission of the final sectoral plans to the Government.