Zim launches US$1,2m climate project

The Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry has launched the Capacity Building Initiative for Transparency, aimed  at strengthening the country’s institutional and technical capacities to meet the enhanced transparency requirements in the Paris Agreement.
 
The project, which will be implemented at a cost of US$1,2 million, is being funded by the Global Environmental Facility with United Nations Environment being the delivery partner and the implementing entity being the Government of Zimbabwe through the Climate Change Management Department.
 
The project is aimed at strengthening institutions as well as to co-ordinate, manage and implement climate transparency activities in line with national priorities.
The Herald Zimbabwe
Friday 18 December 2020