Following the PPCR pilot countries meeting held in Livingstone, Zambia in March, participants were invited to share their thoughts about, and key takeaways from, the meeting. The first contribution comes from David Kaluba, Chief Economist for Zambia's Ministry of Finance and National Development.
The 2012 Climate Investment Funds Partnership Forum will be held in Istanbul, Turkey between November 6 and 7, 2012 with associated events planned from November 1 to 5, 2012.
Dirk Messner, Director of the German Development Institute, discusses strategic and policy measures that countries may consider adopting to accelerate their transformation to a low carbon economy. This paper is adapted from his presentation at the 2011 CIF Partnership Forum.
This thematic note, prepared by CIF MDB partner the World Bank, provides information on why hydromet service provision and improvement are of relevance to countries seeking climate-resilient growth, and how PPCR is addressing this need.
Jamaican entertainers, including Lloyd Lovindeer, Queen Ifrica, Tony Rebel, Boris Gardiner, Pam Hall and many others, have come together for the Voices For Climate Change Project, a national public education campaign on climate change being implemented by Panos Caribbean and Jamaica’s National Environment Education Committee (NEEC).
This month, the meetings of countries participating in these programs will take place in Nairobi, Kenya, and Livingstone, Zambia, respectively. The events provide a space for countries to discuss experiences, lessons learned, and best practices in areas relevant to their program, and to exchange views on the design and implementation of systems to monitor results and manage knowledge.