All members of the Partnership are invited to join the scoping mission, provided there is no objection from the country.
The Scoping Lead announces the mission, by email, one month before it starts. Members are asked to:
- share relevant information (with the Scoping Lead) about their current and pipeline projects in the country;
- connect the Scoping Lead with their country office counterparts for follow-up discussions.
During the mission, the Scoping Lead arranges meetings, with support and advice from the country Focal Points (FPs), with in-country stakeholders, including: government ministries, development partners, civil society organizations, and the private sector.
The meetings can be a kick-off workshop or bilateral discussion, or a combination of both.
The country’s ministry responsible for gender equality and/or women and social affairs should be invited to take part in meetings.
"There is strong political will for implementation but there is a deficit in human, financial and technical capacity. Bankability is an issue due to technical capacity. The Partnership has helped the Ministry of Climate Change realize that it must play a much stronger role in providing stewardship to this process."