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The NDC Partnership brings together more than 200 members, including more than 120 countries, developed and developing, and more than 90 institutions to create and deliver on ambitious climate action that helps achieve the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Governments identify their NDC implementation priorities and the type of support that is needed to translate them into actionable policies and programs. Based on these requests, the membership offers a tailored package of expertise, technical assistance, and funding. This collaborative response provides developing countries with efficient access to a wide range of resources to adapt to and mitigate climate change and foster more equitable and sustainable development.
The effects of climate change are far-reaching and interconnected. So too must be our response. Transformational change is needed to cut emissions and adapt to a changing climate, all while meeting development needs. Such change requires ground-breaking coordination to mobilize resources globally, with speed and scale. Through the NDC Partnership, countries draw upon members’ expertise and funding, turning their NDCs into actionable policies, programs, and projects. The Partnership’s approach powers a collective response in which the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Shaping Our Future: The Building Blocks For Climate Action

The three building blocks of Capacity Development, Needs Identification and Prioritization, and Investment Mobilization are not mutually exclusive, they are part of a dynamic process.

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