Trans-sectoral Technical Committee validate Country Programme and Green Climate Fund web site

Trans-sectoral experts met on Monday 20th May in the meeting room at the Ministry for Agriculture, Livestock, Forests and the Environment (MAGBOMA) in order to validate the Country Programme and the national web page of the Green Climate Fund in Equatorial Guinea.

The Country Programme is a document which reflects the profile of the country in matters relating to climate change, its control and evaluation, its commitment to the Green Climate Fund, and ideas in the project in the sectors of forests, the environment, waste, energy, agriculture, waters and coasts, to be put to this new benefactor.

It is hoped that, in the short term, the Country Programme is presented before the Green Climate Fund for approval. If it achieves financing for the set of projects in the Country Programme, Equatorial Guinea will have the facilities to move forward towards compliance with its commitment under the Paris Summit (2015) to reduce emissions to 20% by 2030, with respect to 2010 levels, and a reduction on 50% for 2050.

At the meeting of the Trans-sectoral Technical Committee , they also validated the structure and content of the Green Climate Fund national web page. It is a channel and communication tool that will serve to keep the international and national communities informed regarding the progress in the country in its process of exchange with the GCF.

The national technical team is made up of directors from the Ministry for Finance, the Economy and Planning, the Ministry for Social Affairs and Gender Equality, the Ministry for Fishing and Water Resources, the Ministry for Transport and Telecommunications, the National Institute for Forest Development and Management of Protected Areas (INDEFOR), the National Institute for the Conservation of the Environment (INCOMA), the Ministry for the Interior and Local Corporations, the Ministry for Mines, Industry and Energy, GE-PROYECTOS, and the REDD+ national coordination.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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