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Project Bulgarian National Capacity Self-Assessment (NCSA) for Improved Global Environmental Management

Institution/organization information
Name Ministry of Environment and Water
Phone 940 60 00
Manager Dzhevdet Chakurov
Head office 67, William Gladstone str.
Project information
Name Bulgarian National Capacity Self-Assessment (NCSA) for Improved Global Environmental Management
Manager Veleslava Abadjieva
Phone (02) 940 66 11, tel./fax:(02) 940 66 43
E-mail ncsa@moew.government.bg
Project start December 2002
Project end December 2004
Status Finished
Management institution United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Web site chm.moew.government.bg/ncsa/
Science area Legislation
Financing
Information processing
Main financing institution Global Environment Facility (GEF)
Other financing institutions
Keywords self-assessment, capacity building, climate, biological diversity, desertification, strategy, action plan
Summary

The NCSA has been performed as a participatory consultation process involving all national governmental and non-governmental stakeholders in the fields of the three UN Conventions. This process led to the formulation of a Strategy and Action Plan, which are expected tol catalyze domestic actions and external assistance for improved global environmental management in the three convention-related areas at the country level.

 
Partners
Ministry of Environment and Water, UNDP 
Annotation

The project, a joint initiative of the Ministry of Environment and Water and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) funded with resources of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), started in December 2002. For a period of 24 months, the project enabled an in-depth assessment of the existing capacities of Bulgaria to fulfil its obligations under three UN Conventions - the Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Convention to Combat Desertification.

 

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