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Environment Sector Working Group (EnSWG)  

The main purpose of the Environment SWG is to act as a forum for information-sharing and coordination on environmental issues between donors and the PA (main focal point being the Environmental Quality Authority (EQA). The work is guided by the Environment Cross Sector Strategy 2017-2022, the Strategic Action Plan and relevant plans within the framework of the National Policy Agenda 2017-2022.



The key functions of the Environment SWG are as follows:

 

·         assist donors in aligning assistance in relation to national plans and strategies for the sector;

·         support the development and updating of sector strategies within the framework of national plans and budgets;

·         coordinate and harmonize donor assistance to prevent duplication;

·         carry out coordinated and strategic dialogue with the purpose of identifying PA priorities and the readiness/availability of the donor community to fund related programmes;

·         function as the main source of information for needs and achievements, donor funding and gaps;


Membership in the group is limited to relevant donors, civil society and private sector representatives who can add substantial financial or analytical value, as well as relevant PA institutions.


Composition

Chair:
Environmental Quality Authority (EQA)

Deputy: Sweden
Technical Advisor: UNDP

Donors: Italy, Spain, Sweden, Japan, Netherlands, Belgium
UN Agencies: FAO
Government institutions: Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Ministry of Finance and Planning (MoFP), Ministry of Local Government (MoLG), Ministry of National Economy (MoNE), Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), Palestine Water Authority (PWA)

Private Sector: PUMP - PFI

Civil Society: MAAN - CTR 
Secretariat: Local Aid Coordination Secretariat (LACS)

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