Training-Workshop to Develop Concept Notes of Indigenous Peoples for the Green Climate Fund for Community-Based Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
6-8 February 2017
This training workshop provides participants with unique insights and methodologies to more effectively include indigenous peoples in project implementation and design. The core objectives are to learn about what is needed to develop a successful GCF project, to develop a GCF-able programme/proposal(s) to take forward, and to agree upon a process for developing the outcomes and submitting them to the GCF Facilitator.
Sessions include information on the outcomes of the Workshop on the Proposed Indigenous Peoples' Policy, including Safeguards and Redress Mechanism for the GCF, information sharing sessions on thematic areas, and training on ‘Resilience, Adaptation Pathways and Transformation Assessment’ (RAPTA) methodology. Participants will use the lessons learned to develop project proposals and concept notes, and build a 2017 work plan for further development of proposals for submission to the GCF.
The Indigenous Livelihoods Enhancement Partners (ILEPA) is an organization established in 2008 based in Kenya, which aims to enhance environmental conservation and livelihoods diversification for pastoralist indigenous communities with focus on Osuopuko division fo Narok South District.
The Centro para la Autonomía y Desarollo de los Pueblos Indígenas (CADPI) or the Center for Indigenous Peoples' Autonomy and Development is a research and educational center for Indigenous and Afro-descent communities on the North Atlantic coast of Nicaragua.
The Centre of Research and Development in Upland Areas (CERDA) is a Vietnamese NGO, established in 2004, a not-for-profit organization, works directly with grassroots people and local authorities, paying particular attention to disadvantaged groups to promote equitable access, use of natural resources and good governance to enable social, economic and environmental sustainability.