Enabling Lesotho's Enhanced Transparency Framework
To build and strengthen Lesotho's national capacities for planning, monitoring and evaluating its climate policies and actions as defined in the Nationally Determined Contribution in order to comply with the Paris Agreement Enhanced Transparency Framework.
Lesotho uses climate change data and information as input to plan, monitor and report climate change strategies, policies and actions in compliance with the Enhanced Transparency Framework.
Lesotho Meteorological Services (LMS)
Ministry of Energy and Meteorology (MEM)
Ministry of Development Planning
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security
Ministry of Forestry and Land Reclamation (MFLR)
Lesotho Bureau of Statistics (BOS)
Ministry of Gender and Youth, Sports and Recreation
Academia and Research institutes
NGOs and civil society organizations (CSOs)
LMS, as the executing agency responsible for overall coordination related to MRV of climate change, will be leading the management of information and knowledge products produced by the project and ensuring their appropriate dissemination to relevant stakeholders and the general public.Knowledge products and communication materials produced by the project will be documented and widely shared at the national level through existing information sharing networks and
Lesotho subscribes to the full implementation of the Paris Agreement and aims to remain an active partner of the CBIT Global Coordination Platform and the processes of sharing lessons with other parties to the UNFCCC. This national project will allow the country to participate in the CBIT global coordination platform by providing and receiving inputs. Sharing lessons learnt and experiences under the platform will ensure alignment of this CBIT project with other national, regional and global transparency initiatives.
|Reporting national greenhouse gas inventory||
|Reporting progress made in implementing NDCs||
|Reporting on climate change impacts and adaptation||
|Reporting financial, technology transfer, and capacity-building support needed and received||