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Evaluation finale du projet "Intégration de la réduction des émissions de gaz à effet de serre dans le PRASE"
Commissioning Unit:Niger
Evaluation Plan:2014-2018
Evaluation Type: Project
Completion Date:12/2016
Unit Responsible for providing Management Response: Niger
1. Recommendation:

To improve energy governance in Niger, the Government should adopt the Electricity Code’s implementation decrees and take appropriate measures and initiatives to significantly increase rural residents’ access to modern, low-carbon energy services. To that end, the roles of the ANPER and the CNPE should be strengthened, creating synergy among the institutions cooperating in rural electrification and pooling resources.

Management Response: [Added: 2017/10/04]

The study on the framework and tools for governing rural electrification and rural residents’ access to modern energy services highlighted the project’s other studies. In addition, some of these tools were taken into account in the Electricity Code. However, specific texts to strengthen the roles of ANPER and the CNME have yet to be adopted; this would constitute full application of the frameworks and tools proposed by the project.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
This recommendation falls within the purview of the Ministry of Energy. However, UNDP will continue to advocate for its implementation.
[Added: 2017/10/04] [Last Updated: 2018/01/09]
Maidaji Issa, DGE 2017/12 Completed The Government adopted the Electricity Code and its implementation decrees, taking into account the increase of rural residents’ access to modern, low-carbon energy services.
2. Recommendation:

In consultation with the grassroots actors in the Commune of Safo, PRASE FEM should consider installing a neem- and jatropha curcas-based biofuel production plant, which could contribute further to women’s empowerment and generate income for young people. The National Solar Energy Centre (CNES), the West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use) and the School of Mining, Industry and Geology (EMIG) should be involved.

Management Response: [Added: 2017/10/04]

This recommendation could be taken into account as part of a future project to scale the PRASE-FEM actions.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Formulate a program document to scale the PRASE-FEM actions.
[Added: 2017/10/04]
UNDP, Resilience team leader 2017/06 Completed Program document already formulated.
3. Recommendation:

UNDP should develop, as soon as possible, a similar PRASE-FEM II program. It should be scaled to other suitable areas of the country, integrating animal traction and biogas promotion for clean cooking and lighting.

Next, a feedback workshop on this new program should be held in Maradi, to include the relevant technical and financial partners and the country’s potential DSOs. The agenda should include visits to the success stories in the project’s area of influence.

Management Response: [Added: 2017/10/04]

This recommendation could be taken into account as part of a future project to scale the PRASE-FEM actions.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Formulate a program document to scale the PRASE-FEM actions.
[Added: 2017/10/04]
UNDP, Resilience team leader 2017/06 Completed Program document already formulated.
4. Recommendation:

The Delegated Service Operators (DSO) should continue to provide energy services and supervise the WMCs and the young people in preparing funding requests for revenue-generating activities based on the project’s achievements and submit them to the SUNREF/AFD, SEFA/ADB and other windows. It should focus first on the renewable energy services market in the Maradi region.

Management Response: [Added: 2017/10/04]

Recommendation is relevant.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Encourage the DSO to continue its efforts in terms of supplying energy services to the beneficiaries.
[Added: 2017/10/04] [Last Updated: 2018/01/09]
Maidaji Issa, DGE 2017/12 Completed "Energy shops" created in the project intervention area in order to promote energy services and equipment for rural populations.

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