The Climate Report 2017/18 - Page 21



‘…world-class
integrative
infrastructure that
criss-crosses the
continent’
To inform the design of AFRI-RES an assessment
of the demand for incorporating climate change
considerations into project planning and design was
carried out among potential users of the facility in
Africa.6 The nature of user interest in different
types of AFRI-RES services is shown in Figure 3.
These activities can broadly be classified into two
main clusters: upstream support in the form of
knowledge, guidelines and good practices to inform
sector and project planning; and downstream
technical support at the project design and
preparation stages. AFRI-RES will provide both
types of support, as described below.
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
Not Interested
50%
A little interested
Interested
40%
Very Interested
30%
20%
10%
0%
Design Codes
On-demand
technical
assistance
Awareness
raising
Provision of data Methodologies Climate finance
and tools
and guidelines and readiness
Figure 3. Areas of interest in proposed AFRI-RES services
November 2016,
and a validation
workshop
amongmeeting
potential
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This work involved in-depth interviews, outreach sessions at COP 22 and the Infrastructure
Consortium
for Africa
(ICA) annual
in users
November
during the ICA meeting.
and
the
Infrastructure
Consortium
for
Africa
(ICA)
annual
meeting
in
2016, and a validation workshop among potential users during the ICA meeting.
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