Namibian Government Ministries have agreed with Global Environment Facility and its Implementing Agencies (the European Union and NGO community to spearhead the Country Programme Partnership (CPP) Framework, which comprises a suite of interventions to address the underlying causes of land degradation in Namibia.
The Country Programme Partnership ’s goal is to combat land degradation using integrated cross-sectoral approaches which enable Namibia to reach Millennium Development Goal #7 (Environmental Sustainability) and assure the integrity of dryland ecosystems.
The objectives are to build and sustain capacity at systemic, institutional, and individual level while ensuring cross-sectoral and demand-driven coordination and implementation of sustainable land management (SLM) activities, and to identify cost effective, innovative, and appropriate SLM methods ecosystem services.
- Objective 1: Increase in the adoption of improved crop varieties and livestock breeds and to Enhance communities’ resilience and coping capacities.
- Objective 2: Increase in the number of farmers and regional offices.
- Objective 3: Presence of climate change adaptation issues in policy instruments and strategies.
The country programme report is a consolidated report for all activities and outcomes of the GEF SPA Community-Based Adaptation Project.
Reporting period is from 2008 to 2102.
Creative Entrepreneurs Solutions sharing Namibia's holistic CBA experiences delivered December 5, 2012, at Momentum for Change Side event at COP 18, Doha, as part of the Momentum for Change Lighthouse Activities Awards.
Abstract: The Community Based Adaptation Programme (CBA) is a five-‐year United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) global initiative funded by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF). UNDP works with a number of partners including the United Nations Volunteers and the GEF Small Grants Programme (SGP). Initial CBA investments have been made in 20 communities in the northern parts of Namibia (i.e. Omusati, Oshana, Ohangwena, Oshikoto and Kavango Regions).
Presentation from the First Day of the Community-Based Adaptation Workshop in Kingston, Jamaica - July 2009.
A brief summary on the CBA projects in Namibia co-financed by the Government of Japan. Highlighted are the targeted areas of intervention and support to local communities focusing on project development, Vulnerability Reduction As
Bountiful harvest can lead to ripple effect.
09 September 2010
Harnessing multiple coping strategies for a holistic approach towards community adaptation to climate change: the use of Conservation Agriculture (CA) in Namibia
Namibian President praises a UNDP/GEF Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) Project that helps the Siya Self-Help Group, and contributes to resources