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Engagement workshop on halftime SDG Assessment (COST Benefit Analysis)

The National Planning Commission (NPC) is mandated to plan and spearhead the national development priorities of the country through multistakeholder consultations. NPC is currently in the process of developing the NDP6, which is the last plan in the journey towards our long-term plan, Vision 2030.

Hence, the NPC in collaboration with the Copenhagen Consensus Conference (CCC), (an independent body of the Danish government which provides economic and environmental cost-benefit analysis), recently presented a cost benefit analysis (CBA) draft report for selected five (5) interventions from the National Development Plan Five (NDP5), mainly manufacturing, transport and logistics, sanitation, conservation, and sustainable use of natural resources as well as accountability and transparency during a Stakeholder’s Engagement Workshop that took place at Protea, Furstenhof Hotel, in Windhoek on 1 December 202.

The overall expectation of the workshop was to source inputs from the stakeholders that will enrich the final CBA report that is planned as one of the many crafting tools for the NDP6 formulation.