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The problem that this project seeks to address is that Antigua and Barbuda’s data collection, monitoring, reporting and verification under the UNFCCC is conducted on a project-by-project basis. This approach limits the scope of what can be monitored and report, it results in methodological biases that can be consultant-specific and not nationally owned and appropriate approaches, and the project-specific approach does not build sustained in-country capacity. Further, as Antigua and Barbuda increases the scale and transformational impacts of climate change actions towards NDC goals, a project-by-project approach will result in higher MRV costs as it is less efficient.
|Indicator||Target||Baseline||Value||Source of verification|
|Improvement in the quality of Institutional capacity for transparency based on GEF score 1 to 4 as per Annex IV of CBIT programming directions||0|
|Improvement in the quality MRV system for GHG Inventory based on GEF score 1 to 10 as per Annex III of CBIT programming directions||0|
|Number of transparency guidance documents being used by DOE staff and sectoral data compilers||6||0||0||Interviews with DOE staff|
|Improvement in the quality MRV system for NDC Implementation reporting based on GEF score 1 to 10 as per Annex III of CBIT programming directions||0|
|Improvement in the quality MRV system for adaptation reporting based on GEF score 1 to 10 as per Annex III of CBIT programming directions||0|
|% of specialized trained staff who declares to be in a better position to implement MRV systems (gender disaggregated)||70%||N/A||0||Training surveys|
STATUS OF PROJECT OUTPUTS AND ACTIVITIES