All African Countries have signed the Paris Agreement.
53 of the 54 African countries have submitted their first round of NDCs. A few have submitted updated NDCs
The NDC-P was established at COP22 in Marrakesh, Morocco to support developing country Parties implement their NDCs. Several members of the Africa NDC Hub are members of the NDC-P.
The Africa NDC Hub Secretariat is hosted by the African Development Bank.
Key activities included:
Gap Analysis on African NDCs: The Africa NDC Hub undertook a gap analysis study on African NDCs to identify the key elements for success as well as barriers and opportunities to achieve NDC targets. The Africa NDC gaps analysis report can be READ MORE
Work Programme Development: A three-year work Road map was developed for the Africa NDC Hub relative to the Paris Agreement timeline. READ MORE
The Hub Developed a Country Guidance Document as a guideline to align NDCs with National Development Plans within the context of Sustainable Development Goals READ MORE
Information collection and preparation (GST-ICP): it will focus on gathering, compiling and synthesizing information and preparing for the technical assessment component.
Technical Assessment (GST-TA): it will focus on taking stock of the implementation of the Paris Agreement to assess collective progress towards achieving the purpose and long-term goals of the Paris Agreement, as well as opportunities for enhanced action and support
Consideration of output (GST-CO): it will be the final component of the GST and will focus on discussing the implications of the findings of the technical assessment with a view to achieving the outcome of the global stocktake of informing Parties in updating and enhancing, in a nationally determined manner, their actions and support, in accordance with relevant provisions of the Paris Agreement, as well as in enhancing international cooperation for climate action.