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Kenya Platform on Climate Governance (KPCG) outcome harvesting meeting.

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06.14.2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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CONCEPT NOTE

KENYA PLATFORM FOR CLIMATE GOVERNANCE OUTCOME HARVESTING MEETING

 

VENUE: NGONG HILLS HOTEL

 

DATE: FRIDAY 14TH JUNE 2019

 

 

 

1.0 BACKGROUND

For the past one and half year, the Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) has been implementing Angaza Project, which is part of Deepening Democracy Programmes (DDP) funded by the UKAID. The project, called “Strengthening Civil Society Advocacy for Improved Climate Change Governance in Kenya”, aimed to improve climate change governance by strengthening CSOs’ advocacy and inclusion of marginalised groups such as women, youth, pastoralists and others into climate change governance processes. The project aimed to catalyse and facilitate civil society and broader citizen participation in the implementation of the National Climate Change Act, 2016, NCCAP 2018-2022, NDCs, NAP and GESIP. The project has also strengthened the capacity of Pastoralist organisations to engage in climate change processes at national and county levels.

PACJA restructured the existing CSO platform and rebranded it to Kenya Platform for Climate Governance (KPCG). KPCG is now made up of five thematic working groups: Adaptation; Mitigation; Climate Finance; Technology, Knowledge Management & Capacity Building; and Gender, Youth and Marginalised Groups. This has ensured the inclusion of voices and interest from diverse groups on climate governance. All thematic working groups have been empowered to engage effectively with key Government’s institutions and county stakeholders on Climate Governance process. So far all working groups have carried out over 15 advocacy actions targeting county governments, National Treasury, county CBOs, Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

2.0 Rationale

There is need for all thematic working groups to convene and document outcomes from activities implemented at national and county levels. Each working group will be given an opportunity to share key achievements from their thematic areas of focus as laid down in the KPCG advocacy strategy. Participants will also be introduced to outcome harvesting approach that will enable them to explore achievements and targets from project outputs. The DDP team and PACJA project team will be present to help all working groups identify and documents outcomes from their activities.

The main objective of the meeting is to identify and document outcomes and impacts from KPCG working groups, with an aim of enhancing CSO advocacy on Climate Governance.

  • Specific objectives
  1. To document the outcomes and impacts of KPCG working groups at the county and local levels and their significance for climate resilience in Kenya
  2. To document the outcomes and impacts of KPCG working groups at National level and their significance in influencing climate policies and Government institutions
  3. To identify and document gains achieved by KPCG in bringing diverse groups together for coordinated advocacy and influence among non-state actors
  1. To identify and document success of KPCG in promoting good partnership and collaboration with the private sector, journalists and the academia in enhancing Climate Governance in Kenya.
  • Proposed Agenda

 

 

TIME 

SESSION& ACTIVITY 

 

FACILITATOR 

8.00- 8.30

  Arrival and registration of participants 

 

 PACJA

8.30-9.00

Introduction

Rationale of the meeting

 

 Project team

9.00- 10.00

Outcome Harvesting approach

OH basics: Outcome definition; 4 Ws+H: Who, What, Where & When (and how)

 

DDP team 

10.00- 10.30

            TEA BREAK

 

 

10.30 -12.00

 Thematic Working Groups Break-Out Sessions

•       What has changed in the counties and National level in relation to governance, climate resilience and other changes? 

•       Role/contribution of KPCG supporting the changes mentioned

 

All Thematic Working Groups

12.00-12.30 

 

Climate  outcomes

• Each Thematic Working Group to have key outcomes from focus areas recorded

 

Groups Conveners

12.30-1.00

Presentations of the discussed  outcomes

 

Groups Conveners

1.00 - 2.00 

LUNCH 

 

 

2.00 –2.30

 

Outcome Analysis 

·         Identify the common outcomes from working groups  

·         Significance of the reported outcomes 

•       Rating KPCG contribution to the reported outcomes

 

DDP team  

2.30-3.00

•       Presentation of Angaza Project M&E Plan

 

PACJA M&E Officer

3.00 – 4.00

•       KPCG Steering Committee Meeting

 

KPCG  Chairperson /Coordinator

 

TEA BREAK & DEPARTURE

 

 

 

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House No.J13, Kabarnet road, Ngong Road, Nairobi, Kenya
+254 0208075808
Email:info@pacja.org, appeals@pacja.org

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