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The NGO APIL Trains Actors from the Deconcentrated Services in Burkina Faso

During the 24 hours of training, these 25 people are provided with tools on climate policies and the MRV system with experienced resource persons in environment and climate. The training started with a presentation of the NGO APIL, operational partner of the Benkadi project in the North-Central region, with a focus on the different axes of the project.

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The NGO APIL organized a training workshop for 25 people from the deconcentrated services of the State and the private sector on the implementation process, monitoring, and evaluation of the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) and climate-sensitive public policies in the North Central Region. The workshop was held from October 25th to 26th, 2022, in Kaya at the headquarters of the NGO under the chairmanship of the High Commissioner of Sanmatenga Province, Abraham Yiyé Somdo.

Strengthening the capacities of at least 25 actors from the decentralized services of the State and the private sector in the process of implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the NDC and climate-sensitive public policies in the North-Central region is the objective sought by the NGO APIL through this two-day workshop: “Through this activity, we want to strengthen the capacities of the actors so that they can play their role in influencing public policies on the environment and climate,” explained Saïdou Bamogo, APIL Kaya Office Manager.

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NGO APIL is the operational partner of the Benkadi project in the North-Central region

For him, it will be a question of orienting the participants on the implementation process and the follow-up of the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), through communications on the BENKADI project, the national MRV system, NDC, NAP, and climate finance.

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In his opening speech, the High Commissioner of the Sanmatenga province, Abraham Yiyé Somdo, invited participants to take ownership of the modules that will be taught to them, in order to be able to fully play their part in the implementation of the Benkadi project in the Centre-North. “I urge you to appropriate the skills that will be provided by professionals, in order to play your role in the implementation of the Benkadi project, which focuses on capacity building of stakeholders so that they can play their role in influencing public policies on the environment and climate,” said Abraham Yiye Somdo.

During the 24 hours of training, these 25 people are provided with tools on climate policies and the MRV system with experienced resource persons in environment and climate. The training started with a presentation of the NGO APIL, operational partner of the Benkadi project in the North-Central region, with a focus on the different axes of the project.

The training took place mainly in plenary followed by exchanges through a question and answer session. The Benkadi program, which means “working together in the same direction”, initiated by SPONG and its partners gathered in a consortium in four countries, aims to help Burkina Faso meet the challenge of inclusive governance of policies, programs, climate change practices, sustainable and inclusive management of the environment in the mining sector, including gold mining.

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