WEBINAR
AUGUST 26, 2020
Wednesday
3:00PM to 4:30PM
Europe/Copenhagen
Location
online
CBIT projects
institutional arrangements
data collection
GHG emissions inventory system


About this event

The implementation of CBIT project in Uganda began in 2018 and is now almost ending. The project has three components geared towards strengthening the capacity of Ugandan institutions to comply with the transparency requirements of the Paris Agreement, namely: strengthening institutional arrangements for robust MRV system; building capacity to collect, process, and feed data into the GHG emission inventory system; and testing and piloting the GHG emission inventory system and the MRV system.

The talks of this webinar will focus on the lessons learned from the implementation of CBIT Uganda project, including the results, challenges, recommendations, and sustainability strategy.

The webinar will be held in English. There will be time for questions during the webinar.

Agenda

  • Opening remarks - Bob Natifu, Climate Change Directorate of Uganda
  • Remarks from Conservation International - Charity Nalyanya and Peter Alele and Victor Esendi, Conservation International
  • Lessons learned from the CBIT Uganda project: results, sustainability strategy, recommendations, challenges, and proposed next steps - Otim Nape and the CBIT Uganda Project Management Unit
  • Linkages between the CBIT Uganda project and the CBIT Global Coordination Platform - Irene Chekwoti, Ministry of Water and Environment of Uganda


Comments

Thanks

This is a good platform for learning and exchanging.

Hi Irene,
Could you share the presentation during the Webinar: Lessons learned and good practices from the implementation of CBIT project in Uganda, held on August 26th 2020?
Thank you in advance

Hi Irene,
Could you share the presentation during the Webinar: Lessons learned and good practices from the implementation of CBIT project in Uganda, held on August 26th 2020?
Thank you in advance

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