Sectoral M&E Frameworks are established to track MoH and MAFF climate change responses

MESectorPhnom Penh: 07 April 2016,​Sectoral monitoring and evaluation frameworks of climate change response are being developed by the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) in collaboration with the General Secretariat of the National Council for Sustainable Development (GSSD), and with the support from the Cambodia Climate Change Alliance (CCCA), International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), and Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).


Press Release: Cambodia’s National Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Framework Launched with a Core Set of Indicators Defined and a Dedicated M&E Team

MELaunch07Apr16Phnom Penh, 07 April 2016 – General Secretariat of the National Council for Sustainable Development (GSSD) on Thursday launched Cambodia’s National Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Framework with a core set of indicators defined and a dedicated M&E team, aimed at tracking the country’s progress in addressing the challenges posed by climate change.The Framework consists of a core set of 8 national level indicators to which 2 to 3 indicators per sector will be added as sectors develop their own sectoral climate change M&E frameworks.


Department of Climate Change Launches 2nd Round Grant to Support Climate Change Action Plan Implementation

LaunchingGrant05Apr2016Phnom Penh, 05 April 2016: Department of Climate Change (DCC), General Secretariat of the National Council for Sustainable Development, launches its 2nd round of call for proposals to support the implementation of Climate Change Action Plans (CCAPs) in qualifying ministries approved CCAPs with fund support through Cambodia Climate Change Alliance (CCCA). Those eligible ministries include Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Industry and Handicraft, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Information.


Exploring opportunities for climate smart investments from the private sector

Private sector mapping consultation 17Mar 2016

Phnom Penh 17th March 2016,

50 representatives of the private sector, Government ministries, NGOs and development partners participated in consultations on opportunities to increase private investment in the climate change response.

H.E. Tin Ponlok, Secretary General of the National Council for Sustainable Development (NCSD), indicated that “private sector funds, globally, represented 60% of total climate change finance in 2014”. While public funds, and in particular support from developed countries are extremely important for Cambodia as a developing and climate vulnerable country, rapid economic growth also offers opportunities to increase the flow of private investments in climate-smart solutions. These investments do not only help address climate change impacts on the economy, they also deliver economic, social and environmental benefits and contribute to sustainable growth in Cambodia.


Consultation Workshop “Intended Nationally Determined Contribution Implementation Plan in Cambodia”

IMG 9149Siem Reap Province, 14-15 March 2016 - Department of Climate Change (DCC),General Secretariat of the National Council for Sustainable Development (GSSD), organized a consultation workshop on Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) Implementation Plan in Cambodiaattended by approximately 40 representatives from line ministries/agencies and development partners at Angkor Paradise hotel, presided over by H.E. Tin Ponlok, Secretary General of GSSD. The workshop aims to develop road map and prioritised actions towards INDC implementation in Cambodia


Climate Change Response Presented in The 2015’s MoE Conference

CC in MoE conference 2015“Climate change response in Cambodia” is a 3rd sub-topic of the workshop 4 on sustainable development facilitated by H.E. Tin Ponlok, Secretary General of the National Council for Sustainable Development, this morning of 26th February 2016, of the 2015 MoE’s conference and 2016's work plan. Representatives of the Department of Climate Change of the General Secretariat of the National Council for Sustainable Development presented the implementation progress of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) and the key findings of the 21st Conference of the Parties (CoP 21).


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