What is the Partnership Plan?

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The Partnership Plan is a tool to organize the country NDC priority activities and the support activities of Partnership Members and in-country stakeholders.

The Partnership Plan is not an independent planning tool, it seeks to build on existing policies, action plans, strategies. The Partnership Plan has a template that can be flexible, but certain 'minimum' elements are advisable such as clear outputs, indicators, timeframes, and responsibilities.

Whilst the Plan can be used as a resource mobilization tool, its primary function is to ease planning, coordination and tracking the progress of NDC implementation, following a whole-of society approach.

Gaps identified and not addressed in the Plan are recorded as items to be addressed in future iterations of the Plan, depending on planning cycles of the government and/or the development partners, or as stakeholder groups and support services towards the country’s NDC needs grow over time.

Revisits to the Plan are also opportunities to reflect changes in government, and evolving government needs over time.

The video above shows Pablo Vieira, NDC Partnership Global Director, speaking about the Partnership Plan, it's unique value proposition and what it can achieve.