November 2018, Mponela

CISONECC in collaboration with Trocaire through Resource Rights Program supported by Irish Aid; CARE Malawi through GCF-CSOs Readiness Project, Germanwatch, Dan Church Aid and VSO Malawi conducted a one-day stakeholder dialogue on Government Policies, Strategies, Programmes and Plans. The aim of the session was to share inputs, knowledge and experiences and enhance collaboration among Civil Society Organisations and Government Institutions and Departments in the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Climate Change Policies, Strategies, Programmes and plans

August 2018, Salima

The Civil Society Network on Climate Change in collaboration with Trocaire through the Resource Rights Program supported by Irish Aid; Care Malawi through GCF-CSOs Readiness Project supported by Care Germany and GermanWatch; Action Aid Malawi; VSO Malawi and Oxfam organized a two-day workshop to share knowledge and experiences, and enhance collaboration among Civil Society Organizations and Government Institutions and Departments in the development of effective resilience building policies. The workshop was also designed to deepened the understanding of the Civil Society Organisations on the Government of Malawi’s Policy, Legislative and Budget Framework and highlight the various windows of opportunity for stakeholders to effectively contribute to government processes. Stakeholders were sensitized on the renewable energy regulations and standards in Malawi.

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change held an extraordinary session of climate negotiations in Bangkok from 3rd to 9th September. As a signatory to the UNFCCC, Malawi through ActionAid Malawi in collaboration with CISONECC and ICAD organised a media briefing at Action Aid offices on Saturday, 8th September. The aim of the meeting was to mobilize, raise voices on key issues to ensure climate justice and that the rights of vulnerable people, particularly women and the young people are protected. The meeting provided a platform for young people and women to engage with the media to highlight the need for climate policies and climate finance that can bring about climate justice.

 

The secretariat joined Trocaire on the Participatory Vulnerability and Capacity Assessments and Baseline validation exercises in Machinga, Balaka, and Chikwawa Districts ahead of the start of the new initiative called Climate Challenge Programme Malawi (CCPM). The aim of the exercise was to validate the findings of the baseline and the PVCA which were done in the districts; introduce the advocacy partners to the implementing partners and the communities in the project; and to identify advocacy issues from the communities. Members will be engaged in due course to validate and join the secretariat and Trocaire and CADECOM in advocating for the various issues emanating from the Programme.

 

Mission
To coordinate civil society organisations and influence a desired change in climate change and disaster risk management-related policies, practices and attitudes through research, advocacy, model projects, networking and capacity building.
Vision
A coordinated approach to building climate change resilient communities and ecosystems in Malawi.

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