Building capacities of technicians in the MTEA, line departments and national experts and institutions, including the University of Eswatini (UNESWA), as well as other stakeholders, to develop robust sustainable data collection processes, including institutional arrangements, and improved Tier 2 data for future inventory compilation. In addition, the project aims to undertake a renewable energy policy assessment in order to model the climate, economic and social impacts of various scenarios on emissions and the community and the economy as a whole, particularly in the agriculture and LULUCF sectors. This project has both an adaptation and a mitigation component.
Final validation workshop report
Eswatini strengthens its NDC-related transparency
Eswatini officially joins ICAT as project begins in Mbabane