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Project Indicators

INDICATORS ON PROJECT RESULTS
Indicator Target Baseline Value Source of verification
(Indicator 4 of CBIT tracking tool): Meeting Convention reporting requirements First BTR endorsed by the Government, submitted to UNFCCC and reviewed 1st NDC, 2nd NC, BUR 0
(Indicator 5 of CBIT tracking tool): Qualitative assessment of institutional capacity for transparency activities 4 2 0
One legal framework to collect and report information on GHG inventories, NDC progress, mitigation and adaptation activities Framework established No framework 0
A web-based National Institutional Coordination System (NICS) fully functional and operational Fully functional Does not exist 0
Templates and tools developed for implementation of the improvement plan presented in the second BUR and summarised for GHG inventory 5 sectors needed all sectors 0
Designated focal points for each sector are trained and use the templates and tools Focal points well trained Inventory compiled 0
Number of experts accredited (who passed the exams) to participate actively in the UNFCCC reviews 35 4 0
Number of trained experts in the use of tools and templates to provide information relevant to track progress of NDC 400 0 0
Number of states fully trained on the use of IT standard templates providing information through NICS 32 0 0
Strategy to implement capacity retention mechanisms Strategy reviewed and updated 0 0
A fully functional and operational web based centralised registry for disseminating information in the public domain Information collected for BTR Only GHG platform 0
A single NDC progress tracker Fully operational Not available 0
A climate finance MRV for the provision and monitoring of information designed and adopted climate finance MRV has been adopted flows not measured 0
Dissemination plan implemented NCR integrated with CBIT global coordination platform to feature India specific N/A 0
Direct project beneficiaries disaggregated by gender (individual people) 1500 (men:women 1:1) 150 (men:women 3:2) 0
(Indicator 3 of CBIT tracking tool): Quality of MRV Systems 9 3 0 CBIT tracking tool

Project Implementation

STATUS OF PROJECT OUTPUTS AND ACTIVITIES

1.1 The nodal ministry (Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change) would be better equiped to lead, plan, coordinate, implement, monitor and evaluate policies, strategies, and programmes to enhance transparency, including communications with states and expert agencies in an effective manner
1.1.1 Strengthened national mandate and strategies to collect, compile, verify, and report relevant information adhering to the principles of TACCC
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1.1.2 Developing standard operating procedures and assigning trained focal point aamong institutions covering each sector and state / union territory
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1.2 Bringing all stakeholders together through a web-based National Institutional Coordination System (NICS) too enhance efficiency and transparency with climate reporting
1.2.1 Efficient record keeping of activity data, socio-economic indicators, emission factors, methodology and assumptions
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1.2.2 Archiving systems for future referencing and performing calculations
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1.2.3 Aggregation and exchange of relevant information through NICS
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2.1 Ability to report GHG emission inventories as per IPCC 2006 guidelines (or latest applicable)
2.1.1 Tools, templates, and training for agencies / experts involved in the inventory process
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2.1.2 Coverage of precursor and NF3 gas-based emissions
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2.1.3 Improvement in the energy sector: achieving granularity with activity data (e.g. grade wise coal consumption), and bringing clarity on the unorganized sector operations
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2.1.4 Improvement in agriculture sector: state-level validation of activity data (e.g. dung produced per animal, feeding patterns)
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2.1.5 Improvement in the LULUCF sector: establishing modelling capacity at the state or institutional level through trained experts and civil society assistance
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2.1.6 Improvement in the IPPU sector for transparent and accurate coverage
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2.1.7 Improvement in the waste sector: establishing a system to collect activity data aggregated at centralised level (e.g. threatment pathway, emission characteristics)
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2.2. Information to facilitate clarity transparency and understanding of NDCs associated with climate actions
2.2.1 Developing capacity of national experts with equitable participation of men and women nominated from academia, reserach institutes, civil society, and public agencies, implementing the concept of "train the trainers" to sustain capacity within institutions
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2.2.2 Peer-exchange programmes and co-learning activities among states to promote scalability and replication initiatives in a cost-effective manner
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2.2.3 Tools, templates, and training towards tracking progress of NDC with mitigation and adaptation goals
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2.3 State focal points submitting information through the National Institutional Coordination System
2.3.1 an IT-enabled system coupled with the mandated process of reporting information on standardized templates
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2.4 Developing capacity retention mechanisms
2.4.1 Establishing baseline of current capacity gaps against best practices recommended by Consultative Group of Experts and relevant agencies, and design a strategy to address these gapas
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2.4.2 Ensuring each capacity-building element incorporates long term sustainability features in a gender-neutral manner and at all levels of governance
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2.4.3 Study of best practices of selected countries and knowledge exchange
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3.1 Dissemination of relevant information on GHG inventories and NDC progress through the National Climate Registry (NCR)
3.1.1 Integrating the National Institutional Coordination System (NICS) with National Inventory Management System (NIMS) and other online tracking tools to create a centralised registry for dissemination in the public domain
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3.1.2 A progress tracker for NDCs, covering inputs from each state and sector towards progress made on mitigation targets and adaptation goals
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3.2 Enhanced capcity to mobilise climate finance
3.2.1 Evaluation of support activities and capcity development of relevant institutions to mobilise climate finance
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3.2.2 National classification system of climate finance to be developed and integrated will all policies and schemes across the country
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3.2.3 Sectoral/subnational assessment of financial resource needed to implement the NDCs, highlighting specific barriers related to technology needs or any other capacity-building support
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3.3 Knowledge management and project-related learnings
3.3.1 Showcasing case studies and featuring them through GEF global coordination platform
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