Mozambique’s Partnership Plan addresses short-term priority needs set by the government for implementation of its long-term 2020-2025 NDC Roadmap.
Mozambique has committed to reduce about 76.5 MtCO2eq from 2020 to 2030, conditional on the provision of support from the international community.
28 November 2018: The Government of Mozambique has approved a three-year plan to begin implementation of its nationally determined contribution (NDC) under the Paris Agreement on climate change. By aligning short- and medium-term needs for adaptation and mitigation measures with resources and support from 18 NDC Partnership members through existing and planned projects, the plan seeks to fast track climate action.
The Partnership Plan addresses short-term priority needs set by the government for implementation of its long-term 2020-2025 NDC Roadmap, a detailed implementation plan and monitoring framework on low-carbon and resilient development that details sector-specific priorities that was developed through local and national level consultations. The Plan covers agriculture, civil aviation, energy, early warning systems, forestry, health, transport, urban mobility, waste and water.
The Partnership Plan focuses on:
- development of pipelines of bankable climate change-related projects;
- resource mobilization and project financing;
- strengthening institutional coordination;
- strengthening regulatory and institutional environments;
- capacity enhancement for mitigation and adaptation actions across sectors;
- monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) systems and data management;
- budget coding and tracking systems; and
- private sector engagement.
Mozambique based its current NDC on its National Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategy 2013-2030, which seeks to increase community and economic resilience, and promote low-carbon development through integrating adaptation and mitigation into sectoral and local planning. The government has committed to reduce about 76.5 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (MtCO2eq) from 2020 to 2030, conditional on the provision of support from the international community.
The Plan was developed in consultation with 21 government ministries and institutions and 18 NDC Partnership members, including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO), the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Governments of Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Spain and the US, the European Commission (EC), the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, the International Labour Organization (ILO), the UN Development Programme (UNDP), the UN Environment Programme (UNEP, or UN Environment), the World Bank and the World Resources Institute (WRI), among others. [NDC Partnership Press Release] [Mozambique’s First NDC] [UNFCCC Interim NDC Registry]