Environment and Energy

What is the Project About

Somalia environmentThe Environment and Natural Resources Management project aims to develop institutional capacities for sound environmental management and disaster risk reduction across all levels of government and NGOs.

The Environment and Energy portfolio of UNDP Somalia aims to develop institutional capacities to manage the natural environment and build resilience against the negative impacts of climate change across all levels of government and non-government organizations. Since the start of the Environment and Energy portfolio of projects, UNDP has been instrumental in helping Somalia to meet its obligations under multi-lateral environmental agreements and mobilise resources from the global funds.

 

Expected Outputs

Environment and Energy projects has been designed in consultation with the FGS and regional member states.  The three key expected outputs of the project are as follows:
•    Output 1:  Somalia meets its obligations as the signatory of UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
•    Output 2: Somalia meets its obligations as the signatory of UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)
•    Output 3: Improved access to renewable sources of energy through implementations of follow up projects



What have we accomplished so far?

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The  Environment and Energy  Project contributed to the following results:

•    The national circumstance draft report has been developed and anticipated to be finalized in the third quarter of 2016.

•    The NAP and an ELD report have been completed and reviewed by   UNEP/GIZ respectively.

•    The RRA report has been completed and validated. In addition, a call for proposals has been announced to support the development of a Green House Gas Inventory and information management system for Somalia. The scope of initial desk study to undertake Post-conflict Environment Assessment (PCEA) has also been agreed with the Federal Government and UNEP.

Donor Resources

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Environment and Energy (2015-16):

Sources of funding:

UNEP

US$ 167,500.00

UNDP TRAC

US$ 101,355.00

Total resource to mobilize

US$ 268, 855

Expenditure

2015 – US$ 109, 626

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