GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan, Rwanda Country Planning Framework 2017-12-12آ  GGGI Refreshed Strategic

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  • GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan, Rwanda Country Planning Framework (CPF) and Progress to Date

    Innocent Kabenga, GGGI Rwanda Country Representative

    Rwanda Green Growth Week Kigali Convention Center

    5 December 2017

  • Content

    1. Overview of GGGI1. Overview of GGGI

    • Rationale

    • Strategic Outcomes

    • Energy Outcomes

    2. GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan 2. GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan

    • Secondary Cities Model

    3. GGGI Rwanda3. GGGI Rwanda

    • Green Building Minimum Compliance System

    • Greening of Bugesera Airport

    • Green Mobility

    4. Progress to Date4. Progress to Date

  • Quality of growth matters

    Why green growth?

    Deliver economic growth that is both

    environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive.

    Through the green growth model, countries seek

    opportunities for economic growth that are:

    • low-carbon and climate resilient;

    • prevent or remediate pollution;

    • maintain healthy and productive ecosystems; and

    • create green jobs, reduce poverty and enhance

    social inclusion.

    Overview of GGGI

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    United Kingdom


    Republic of Korea Headquarters



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    Viet Nam





    Overview of GGGI


    Members of GGGI

    Countries that have formally expressed intent to join GGGI


    Countries where GGGI currently has operations

    Sustainable Energy Projects

    Green Cities Projects

    Water and Sanitation Projects

    Sustainable Landscapes Projects

    Cross Cutting Projects

    Australia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, China, Colombia, Comoros, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ethiopia, European Union, Fiji, Guyana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kiribati,

    Republic of Korea, Lao PDR, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Qatar, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Thailand, Tonga, Tunisia, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Vanuatu, Viet Nam


    South Africa


    Burkina Faso




    European Union


    Countries where GGGI has completed programs

    Green Finance

    Lao PDR

  • Overview of GGGI

    Development, economic growth and sustainability diagnosis

    Sectoral green impact assessment and prioritizatio n

    Macro economic impact assessment

    Policy and institutions analysis

    Analysis of costs and investment requiremen ts

    Developme nt of investment plans and selection

    Design: Project and policy preparatio n

    Financing: Identificati on of possible financial structure

    Implement ation

    Diagnosis Green impact assessment Sector/Sub-sector strategy & planning Design, financing & implementation

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  • Measuring our success

    Ensure cross-organizational coherence with our shared

    outcomes and guide our engagement with our stakeholders

    and partners.

    Review our structure and procedures to ensure efficiency

    and effectiveness.

    Assess progress on a regular basis to monitor, evaluate, and

    report back to our stakeholders and partners.

    Overview of GGGI

  • GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan

  • GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan

    Strategic Outcomes

    1. GHG emission reduction

    2. Creation of green jobs

    3. Increased access to sustainable services

    4. Improved air quality

    5. Adequate supply of ecosystem services

    6. Enhanced adaptation to climate change

    Thematic Areas

  • GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan

    Rationale for Refresh

    o New developments since the adoption of the Strategic Plan �The Paris Agreement

    �Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

    o Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and SDG targets now provide an excellent framework for the transition towards a green economy for our members.

  • GGGI Refreshed Strategic Plan

    Strategic Outcomes Energy Contributions

    1. GHG emissions reduction Reduction in GHG emissions through transfer to renewable energy production and energy efficiency

    2. Creation of green jobs Green jobs from production of renewable technology components in partner countries

    3. Increased access to green affordable energy

    Expansion of access to energy by all through additional renewable energy production

    4. Improved air quality Reduction in particulates per million through transfer from coal and fossil fuel to renewable clean energy production and energy efficiency

    5. Adequate supply of ecosystems ensured enhancing and protecting ecosystem services in urban areas

    Enhancing and protecting ecosystem services in urban areas

    6. Enhanced adaptation to climate change

    Improved resilience of infrastructure

  • Rwanda’s Country Planning Framework

    o National Ownership

    o Align with national policies and priorities

    o Match with GGGI's expertise, experiences and value change

    o Seek synergies with other Development Partners

    The CPF is guiding GGGI’s activities in Rwanda from 2016-2020 and is consistent with GGGI’s strategic plan 2020 and Rwanda’s transformative and development pathways.

  • Outcome 1: Rwanda’s urbanization is guided by green growth principles

    To achieve this outcome, we:

    o Integrated green growth strategies in national urbanization programs

    o Provided support in green infrastructure investment, green building and sustainable construction materials;

    o Enhanced capacity for green city development in Rwanda,

    o Planned and developed a conceptual masterplan for a Green City Pilot to demonstrate the feasibility and relevance of green growth strategies for urban development.

    (please refer to some lists of achievements on a separate sheet on your desk)

  • Outcome 2: Resource efficient, low carbon Technologies and Infrastructure solutions are understood and prioritized in urban development

    To achieve this outcome, we are:

    o Supporting the development of green technologies and infrastructure solutions for sustainable economic and urban growth;

    o identifying bankable new technologies and infrastructures to pilot, transfer and share knowledge;

    o supporting capacity development, and promoting technologies and solutions that are gender sensitive.

  • Outcome 3: Sustainable financial instruments support green growth projects

    To achieve this outcome, we are:

    o Supporting the Green Fund (FONERWA) by providing technical advisory and assistance in mobilizing resources;

    o Planning investible projects, developing new financial tools, de-risking factors, engaging with the private sector, and potential investors;

    o Strengthening the capacity of the Green Fund (FONERWA) Secretariat, management, and other government institutions to ensure that financial instruments for green growth projects are efficient, effective and sustainable.

  • GGGI Rwanda

    o Implementation tool for EDPRS 2 and the Green Growth and Climate Resilience Strategy

    o National-level framework identifying roles and responsibilities for the development of the 6 secondary cities

    o Guiding document for urbanization and infrastructure development based on green growth

    o Integrated vision for job creation and poverty reduction.

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    Building & construction

    Energy production & consumption

    Urban mobility

    Water production & distribution


    Waste management

    National Roadmap Pillars

  • GGGI Rwanda


    • Tourism

    • Agro-processing

    • Minerals processing


    • Tourism

    • Agro-processing

    • Building materials


    • Livestock & Dairy

    • Agro-processing

    • Industrial park

    • Building materials


    • Tertiary Education

    • Agro-processing

    • Industrial park

    • Pharmaceuticals


    • Livestock & Dairy

    • Agro-processing

    • Industrial park

    • Building materials


    Trade & logistics

    Mineral deposits

    Craft Industry


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