Energy Dialogue involving both the government and private sector
The Executive Committee of the VCCI Vanuatu Business Resilience Committee will utilize time on the third day to meet directly with the NDA and Accredited Entities to review outcomes from the tradeshow as well as develop concrete steps and actions to include into the workplans of VBRC and the NDA.
The format will be informal, but facilitated by the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat. Space will be given for bilateral discussions as required.
Vanuatu’s Private Sector in cooperation with the Ministry of Climate Change (National Designated Authority to the Green Climate Fund) is hosting a one-day mini-trade-show on Climate Financing in Port Vila, on 5 April 2018
• Highlight Vanuatu private sector’s climate adaptation and mitigation services, products & investment opportunities
• Enhance relationship between Vanuatu’s private sector and accredited entities to major climate funds
The Pacific Community (SPC), and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation are running a consultation on the preliminary findings of the Vanuatu gender and agriculture assessment to seek feedback and views from key stakeholders in government, civil society and the private sector working in agriculture and rural development.
ON INVITATION ONLY
Objectives: The purpose of the Multi-Stakeholder and Technical Inception Workshop is to officially launch and commence the Project and raise awareness of how key stakeholders can be involved in the ongoing delivery of the Project. More specifically the Inception Workshop has the following objectives:
Workshop objectives are to:
- Present the draft SOP for project appraisal & templates.
- Continue stakeholder consultation on the draft SOP and collect final feedback for finalisation.
For more information please contact the NAB Secretariat by:
This technical workshop will be greatly complimented by the participation and input from all esteemed Vanuatu marine experts.
Green Climate Fund Readiness Program Summit Information Note1.Climate Finance Background
The Government of Vanuatu, through the National Advisory Board on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Secretariat (NAB Secretariat) is supporting a review of the status of implementation of the Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) for Vanuatu.
The NAB Secretariat would like to invite you to participate in this review by:
· Attending a half-day workshop, 8:30am-2:00pm on Monday 26th of June 2017 (Venue: Ramada)
The Ministry of Climate Change and Adaptation, the Commonwealth Secretariat and UN Environment have the pleasure to invite you to participate in a Multi-Stakeholder Consultation on the Development of a Law and Climate Change Toolkit, to be held on Thursday 22nd March 2017, from 9.30 am until 4.30 pm.
Pacific Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change will be hosting a stakeholder workshop on the 13th June 2017. The purpose of the workshop is to provide feedback to the stakeholders on the recent Ecosystem and Socio-economic Resilience Analysis and Mapping process done for Port Vila, and then to workshop Ecosystem-based Adaptation implementation options in the Greater Port Vila region.
The Vanuatu Information Services for Resilient Development in Vanuatu (Van CIS RDP) project was approved at the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Fifteenth Meeting of the Board in Apia, Samoa from 13-15 December, 2016. The approval was made with a number of conditions and requirements that have been put forward by the GCF Secretariat, the Independent Advisory Panel, and the GCF Board. The one week country consultation workshop will bring together key project stakeholders to work together to make significant and substantial progress towards meeting the conditions placed on the project.
Re: Invitation for the Climate Finance Stakeholder Consultation
We write to inform you that a joint SPC/GIZ team from Fiji will be visiting Vanuatu from 20th – 24th March 2017, and would like to invite you to a stakeholder consultation at the Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-Hazards Department conference room on Friday 24th March 2017 from 8.30am to 2.00pm.
On behalf of the Department of Environment and IUCN, I would like to invite you all again to the final consultation of the NBSAP , Scheduled to take place on Thursday, 24th November at the Melanesian Hotel.
The Ministry of Climate through DEPC and IUCN will be conducting the GEF6 national stakeholder consultation from 07 – 11 November in Port Villa. This will include meeting with relevant government departments and ministries, NGOs, private sectors, civil society groups and individuals through focus group meeting, workshop and interviews with individuals. The objectives of the consultations are:
Subject: NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN CONSULTATION NOTICE
Good afternoon Colleagues,
This is an important note to inform you of the upcoming National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) National Consultation Workshop.
The workshop will be hosted at The Melanesian from the 19th - 21st October 2016.
I initially wanted the workshop to be staged in one of the nearby villages, however I have moved it back to Vila due to this unexpected dry season.
DFAT has engaged interim climate change advisory support to assist our program managers to better understand and enhance Australia’s climate change aid investment portfolio in the Pacific. To support this work, the advisers are seeking to meet with national stakeholders to understand current in-country climate change priorities and existing activities.
Dear FSAC members,
We are sending this email to advise that the FSAC SOP consultation meeting that is planned for tomorrow has been postponed to next week.
Below is the new meeting details:
Date: Wednesday 7 September 2016
Venue: "Yumi Go Haos" (Directorate Building) conference room.
There are no changes on the agenda as per document attached.
The Risk & Resilience Unit, as Secretariat to the Food Secuirty & Agriculture Cluster, will be hosting a La Nina Food Secuirty Planning exercise to define the most appropriate messaging and interventions. For more information, contact Joshua Mael firstname.lastname@example.org
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