To implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Honduras and to strengthen government, private sector, and civil society capacities to unlock climate change mitigation and adaptation potential, GIZ launched the ProAgenda Project. The reduction of greenhouse gases provides opportunities for Honduras and can generate additional international funding to advance its commitments under the Paris Agreement and generate multiple co-benefits for improving adaptation to climate change, health, innovation, and economic development in various sectors. Since this requires a national effort to establish an enabling environment for low-emission development, GIZ cooperates with the key ministries within the Government of Honduras playing a central role in developing and implementing climate change mitigation and adaptation policies and measures, as well as a medium and long-term vision on sustainable development.
The project is marked by the complexities in the nexus between climate change, environmental degradation, socio-economic conditions and poverty, migration, and gender and human rights, peace, and security that require a comprehensive and tailor-made approach involving research and dialogue. Addressing and monitoring these issues is key to meeting the ProAgenda indicators.
- Development of the context and conflict-sensitive results-based monitoring tool for the project
- Integrating human rights and gender, peace, security, and migration in the context of climate change in the project’s implementation strategy
- Support to the implementation of dialogue events between state actors and civil society in Honduras on selected topicsch