With the prospect of creating long-term results and building on the existing momentum from the first phase of the DEA Energy Partnership Programme (DEPP), Denmark allocated DKK 115 million from the Climate Envelope to continue the cooperation with the Mexico, Vietnam, China and South Africa under DEPP phase II to assist them with their transition to a low carbon economy and to provide support for the implementation of the Paris Agreement through energy and climate actions.
The objective of the review is to assess the DEPP II in a way that enables possible course correction in the current phase and can serve as an input to the formulation of a possible next phase of the programme.
Services provided by us include:
- Assess the overall programme as well as the country specific programmes with regard to relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability and possible wider impact
- Assess the applied institutional arrangements, working modalities and procedural requirements
- Assess pros and cons for bundling four country programmes under the DEPP umbrella
- Review and provide recommendations that can be used as input to the programming of a potential new partnership programmes post-2020