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Example of a development process for NAMAs

The development of a Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action is composed of a number of stages. These stages include: 1.Assessment of the technical and political context in a country, 2. The identification and selection of mitigation options 3. Detailed NAMA development, 4. Implementation and monitoring, 5. Reporting and verification (MRV).

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Templates

Templates can be used to facilitate NAMA development and guide the process. Examples of a NAMA concept note and NAMA proposal document, which can be used at different stages of the NAMA development process, are given below.

NAMA concept note

The concept note will provide a brief summary of the NAMA idea, including basic information on the planned activities, expected costs and benefits. It would be produced following the initial assessment. A proposed form has been created in Excel format. It provides a structured and concise overview in 2-3 pages. The concept note could be used for initial discussions with potential NAMA supporters or to contribute to national prioritisation and decision-making.

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Download Excel concept note

NAMA proposal

The proposal provides a detailed picture of the proposed NAMA, including the national context and baseline scenario, the rationale for activities and details of implementation as well as MRV. The proposed template is a structured Microsoft Word document which includes the information needed to allow potential funders for NAMAs to take a funding decision. Supporting information and detailed calculations are included in appendices.

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Download NAMA template documents