World Resources Institute/United Nations
World Resources Institute
The NDC Partnership supports countries and international institutions that are committed to ambitious implementation of nationally determined contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
NDCP came to We Build Databases to have a custom online tool developed that would allow for Partnership Plan development, population, and implementation for Countries across the globe. The two most important considerations over the duration of the project were to ensure that the application had ultimate flexibility and was user-friendly amongst the Country Administrators and Contributors interacting with the tool. WBD was ultimately chosen as a preferred partner and over the last two years developed a comprehensive, local-first, multilingual application that allowed for creation, collaboration, and dynamic Country climate reporting for implementing and development partners.
More on the NDC Partnership Plan Project
“We Build Databases built all parts of our online partnership program and we couldn’t have done it without them. This team is awesome.”
– Beatriz G.
- Paris Climate Agreement Plan Management
- Over 60 Countries Under Management
- Sponsor / Donor /Country contribution monument
- Country specific needs assessment
- Custom Financial Matching Tools
- Plan level progression tracking
- Advanced NLP Language Conversion
- Global / individual country notifications
- Multi-national / multi-lingual
- Climate change
- Centralized tracking system
- Immersive data visualizations
- Intensive financial reporting
- Tiered reporting
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