On April 8th, 2019 at the Korea Global Adaptation Week, the Global Water Partnership (GWP) launched the publication “Addressing Water in National Adaptation Plans - Water Supplement to the UNFCCC NAP Technical Guidelines.”
On Monday 8 April 2019, at the Korea Global Adaptation Week, GWP launched the publication "Addressing Water in National Adaptation Plans – Water Supplement to the UNFCCC NAP Technical Guidelines". The launch event was co-hosted by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and GWP.
CWP Benin and its partners of the project “Strengthening Investments for Climate Resilient Development Project in the Lac Nokoué - Lagoon de Porto Novo Complex (RICC)” held on Thursday, March 28, 2019, in Porto-Novo, the 2nd session of the Local Platform for the Management of Climate Information, Natural Disaster Risks and Adaptation Measures to Climate Change in the Production Sectors in the Lac-Nokoue-Lagune Complex.
In December 2018, the draft Volta Basin Water Charter was validated by the main stakeholders of the basin at a regional workshop attended by the Togolese Water Sector Authorities, VBA and GEF national focal points from VBA member countries, technical and financial partners.
The Burkina Faso Prime Minister represented by the Minister of Environment opened on 26 March 2019 a meeting on a national structured dialogue on Green Climate Funds organized by the National Designated Agency (NDA) under the office of the Prime Minister.
The #TonfuturTonClimate project in Benin is giving young people the opportunity to participate in the implementation of adaptation projects in the agricultural and forestry sectors, which are strongly affected by climate change, in order to make them actors of change to address climate change issues.
The Junior Chamber International (JCI) Natitingou Baobab, one of the partners of the TonFuturTonClimat project in Benin organized on 15 March 2019 an information and education session of its school clubs’ members of Yakabissi and Birini.
Eau Vive Togo implementing its project to support young people in protecting the environment, water and soil (PAJPEES) has trained young men and women from 26 to 28 February 2019 in Danyi-Apéyéme on the compost production. To follow upon the training of the young agro-pastoralists, Eau Vive Togo gave to the beneficiary associations some inputs (chicken droppings and "Mycotri" boxes) for compost production.