Supporting Bosnia to advance their NAP process

Project Overview

  • A NAP orientation workshop for Bosnia and Herzegovina was conducted for representatives of 41 organizations, including 15 ministries from three national entities; Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republica Srbska and Brcko District. The workshop objectives were to advance understanding of the NAP process amongst country stakeholders, and enhance the active support of key national and subnational institutions for the NAP development and implementation. The NAP workshop was part of a NAP- support mission, which was conducted from 9-20 May 2016,On 15 October 2015, the UNFCCC focal point from the Ministry of Physical Planning, Civil Engineering and Ecology on behalf of the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina officially requested UNDP and the NAP-GSP to provide expert advise and support for scoping and recommendations on development of country’s sectoral NAP.
  • The NAP-GSP support TOR has been developed in relation to four priority sectors where integrated climate change adaptation should be incorporated. Those include: water management, agriculture, hydro-energy and forestry.
  • The next steps will be to prepare a stocktaking summary report by the end of July 2016,  formulate a NAP roadmap and medium-term (2-5 year) action plan by end of September 2016. This will be followed up by a second NAP-GSP mission, with the objective to finalize the proposed roadmap and provide further NAP guidance in October 2016.

Programme Meetings and Workshops

20 May 2016, Banja Luka, Sarajevo, Bosnia: A NAP orientation workshop for Bosnia and Herzegovina was conducted for representatives of 41 organizations, including 15 ministries from three national entities; Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republica Srbska and Brcko District. The workshop objectives were to advance understanding of the NAP process amongst country stakeholders, and enhance the active support of key national and subnational institutions for the NAP development and implementation.

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