Minister Maru call for certainty in the ACP-EU Financing Arrangements

The Minister for National Planning & Monitoring Hon. Richard Maru has called for certainty in the financing arrangements under the ACP-EU Post Cotonou Agreement that is being negotiated.
Minister Maru who is attending the 4th Meeting of the ACP Ministerial Central Negotiation Group (CNG-M) in N’Djamena, Chad, Central Africa, submitted on behalf of the Pacific region that the Post Cotonou ACP-EU development cooperation arrangements must have a financing plan as an integral part of the core Agreement in order to ensure certainty in the planning and access to funding.

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PNG to Develop Online Monitor Tool for National Disaster Risk Reduction Framework 2017 – 2030

In support of the implementation of the National Disaster Risk Reduction Framework (NDRRF) 2017 – 2030 launched by Minister for Inter-Government Relations and Member for Wewak, Kevin Isifu on the 16 February 2019, the PNG National Disaster Centre (NDC) in close collaboration with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) and Asian Disaster Preparedness (ADPC), organized series of training workshops in Port Moresby.

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MSG Secretariat to host workshop to finalize ‘MSG Needs-based Climate Finance Strategy’

The MSG Secretariat in close collaboration with the UNFCCC Secretariat will host a workshop on April 10 – 11, 2019 at the MSG headquarters in Port Vila, Vanuatu on validating the country climate finance assessments, needs and priorities to finalize the MSG Needs-based Climate Finance Strategy and to develop a Means of Implementation Framework.

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ACP-EU Ministerial Negotiators on post Cotonou Agreement meets in Chad

The Minister for National Planning & Monitoring Richard Maru is attending the ACP Ministerial Central Negotiation Group meeting in N’Djamena, Chad, to receive a status report and consider consolidated ACP-EU text on elements relating to the Post Cotonou Agreement. The Ministerial Meeting will be followed by the meeting of the Chief Negotiators on 4th April, 2019.

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