The Paris Committee on Capacity-building (PCCB) hosted the 15th of March 2022 a virtual event to showcase the recently published PCCB toolkit to assess capacity building gaps and needs to implement the Paris Agreement.
Pilar Bueno, research coordinator of Impulsouth joined the panel discussion to talk about the recently published Impulsouth Research Methodology Guideline. The guide is driving research in the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Madagascar, Niger, Uganda and Zambia to assess the needs and gaps in knowledge and capacity in the issue of assessing climate risks, vulnerabilities and impact.
María del Pilar Bueno Rubial provided the example of the national research processes being implemented by the six above-mentioned countries under a south-south cooperation approach. The research processes started in October 2021 and include stakeholder analysis and mapping and focus on locally relevant sectors.
You can access more information about the event and watch the event recording here.