Click each heading to find out more about what the RSA involves.
Catalogue and map NDC actions against stakeholder list
- Scope lead ministries, resources, partners, or other needs according to NDC actions;
- Find out what each stakeholder is doing;
- Identify potential stakeholders who are not yet involved with NDC implementation, including the ministry of gender equality and/or women and social affairs;
- Identify partners to engage with on NDC implementation.
Develop detailed gap assessment
- Carry out a thorough gap assessment to identify needs and opportunities for NDC implementation, per sector, subnational level, or even per project;
- Analyze the different impacts of NDC implementation actions for both men and women.
Identify priority needs together with the knowledge resources and expertise required
- Using the RSL as a basis, further determine priority needs for NDC implementation. These needs may include (but not be limited to): policies, sectoral or macro-economic plans, regulations, investment strategies, financing mechanisms, reforms, data, monitoring and evaluation systems (GHG inventories for example), knowledge sharing systems and projects;
- Identify potential knowledge resources or expertise needed to meet capacity demand (consulting with) the Knowledge and Learning Team.
Identify engagement approach
Select a facilitation option (if this has not happened in Stage 1).