Delta State Government

Nigeria
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    Population 6710214
  • km 2
    Area 17698.0
  • USD
    GDP 17 Billion
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    Targets by N/A N/A
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Biophysical and Socioeconomic Assessment of the nexus between Environmental Degradation and climate change impacts in Delta Statej - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Assessment/Research
  • Status: Completed

The TACC program conducted baseline assessment of the biophysical and socioeconomic factors underpinning climate change impacts in Delta State. This assessment identified the communities in Delta State most vulnerable to climate change and the appropriate GHG mitigation and adaptation options.

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Sectors:
  • Transport
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Other Emissions
local action
Delta State Climate Change Policy - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The TACC program conducted baseline assessment of the biophysical and socioeconomic factors underpinning climate change impacts in Delta State. This assessment identified the communities in Delta State most vulnerable to climate change and the appropriate GHG mitigation and adaptation options. The aforementioned activity leads to the development of the Delta State Climate Change Policy which creates the enabling environment for climate change mitigation and adaptation projects that emphasizes reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in all sectors of the economy, the creation of green Jobs and the embarking on conservation based empowerment programmes for environmental sustainability.

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Sectors:
  • Transport
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Other Emissions
Delta State Integrated Territorial Climate Plan - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: In operation

The ITCP lays out a Strategy & Action Plan to define the activities and projects that will be implemented in Delta State. The Action Plan includes key recommendations for mitigation and adaptation activities by sector, as proposed and agreed upon by members of the TACC Technical Working Group. For each recommended mitigation and adaptation activity, a total cost has been determined, with the idea to use this information when leveraging for future international climate funds.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Transport
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Other Emissions
Provision of Biosand Water Filter in Riverine Commmunity in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

"Rural Communities in Delta State lack access to safe water. They depend on rivers and streams as source of water for drinking and other domestic purposes. Communities without streams and rivers result to ‘Rain Water Harvesting’ where rain water is harvested through channels into an underground reservoir called “well”. This situation exposes the vulnerable groups especially children in the community to communicable diseases such as diarrhoea, typhoid etc. which may in turn lead to other socio-economic effects such as loss of income, poor work turnouts, etc. In a bid to address this ugly situation, the Delta State TACC programme successfully piloted the installation of 100 Bio-sand Water filter in two riverine communities in the State and intends to up-scale the project to 50 rural/riverine communities distributing about 400 units per community. This Household Water Treatment techniques treat water that has become contaminated at the source as well as through domestic handling, with the goal of reducing the contamination to a level of low risk. The installation of the bio-sand water filter was accompanied by training and retraining of the beneficiaries on the installation and use of the filters and also with sensitization campaigns/ awareness creation on the importance of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). A Bio-sand Water Filter uses simple filtration technology. The bio-sand filter treats polluted water with a biological layer covering the top layer of the sand bed.

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Sectors:
  • Waste
  • Other Emissions
local action
Biophysical and Social Economic Assessment of the Nexus of Environmental Degradation and Climate Change in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year: 2012
  • Type: Assessment/Research
  • Status: Completed

To obtain biophysical and social economic data for evidence based policy making on climate change impacts, vulnerability and strategic formulation for GHG mitigation and adaptation to climate change. The study has established a prima facea case that warming has taken place within the territory of Delta State and impacts has adversely affected the social economic, biophysical and environmental sustainability of Delta State.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Transport
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Other Emissions
Replacing the traditional Tripod cookstoves with Eco Stoves in Rural community in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The majority of Delta State’s rural communities have no access to alternative sources of household energy, and rely heavily on fuel wood for cooking and boiling of water. According to the World Health Organization, It is well known that indoor air pollution from burning of fuel wood leads to respiratory and other health problems, so replacing the traditional tripod cook stoves with energy efficiency Eco stoves (that uses less wood and produce less smoke) will in no small measure have positive impact on the health of the people.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Other Emissions
local action
Development of the Delta State Integrated Territorial Climate Plan (ITCP) - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The TACC program conducted baseline assessment of the biophysical and socioeconomic factors underpinning climate change impacts in Delta State. This assessment identified the communities in Delta State most vulnerable to climate change and the appropriate GHG mitigation and adaptation options. Thereafter, an Integrated Territorial Climate Plan (ITCP) was developed. The ITCP is a five years strategy and action plan for climate change mitigation and adaptation programme for Delta State.

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Sectors:
  • Transport
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Other Emissions
Delta State Green Economy Commission - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Organizational / Governance
  • Status: In operation

It is a known fact that oil is the mainstay of the state economy and has generated many opportunities but also some problems. Delta State now aspires to create a future that transforms the current environmental problems into opportunities. It is the desire of the Government to see the Delta State Green Economy Commission set up and work in unison with existing ministries to continue all consultations on low-carbon development issues. The major functions of the future commission could include: research and development, regulatory/policy making, capacity building, project initiation and implementation, and mobilization of finance.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Transport
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Other Emissions
Solar powered streetlights - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

Delta State embarked on the installation of solar powered streetlights in various communities across the senatorial districts of the state to complement the conventional streetlights. A solar mapping of the state is in progress to aid the design of effective solar energy schemes

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Transport
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
  • Other Emissions
Territorial Approach to Climate Change(TACC) Programme/Biosand Water Filter Project. - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The Biosand water filter project aims to increase access to clean drinking water, reduce instances of water-borne illnesses, as well as limit local environmental damage caused by the use of fuel wood. To these ends, a pilot project of distributing both Hydraid and locally constructed Biosand water filters were deployed to 52 selected households each in the small riveting communities of Akugbene and Ashama in Delta State, with each household having an average of six members. The project is expected to be up scaled to other communities as funds are made available.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Waste
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
Territorial Approach to Climate Change(TACC) Programme / Solar powered Boreholes and Water Heaters in Primary Healthcare Centers across the State - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

It was observed that most of the Primary Health-Care Centres (PHCs) in the rural communities uses the traditional tripod burner or kerosene stoves to heat water for treatment and sterilization which emits GHGs. This project intends to provide portable water and hot water for the PHCs for treatment and sterilization through the use of renewable energy to promote effective health delivery and at the same time reduce the emission of GHGs.
Upscaling the project to over 100 Primary Health-Care Centres (PHCs) spread across the rural communities in Delta State will provide clean and portable water through renewable energy intervention for about 10,000 (ten thousand) rural women and children and also hot water for the PHCs for treatment and sterilization of clinical instruments, thereby enhancing effective health delivery in the PHCs. The pilot scheme has been successfully installed in four (4) communities PHCs - Okoamakom, Ibusa, Ogbe-Ijoh and Jesse

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Industrial processes and product use (IPPU)
State Mass Transit Bus Scheme - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: Completed

The transport sector is an important component of the State economy, impacting on socio-economic development and people’s welfare. Energy efficient transport infrastructure and services provide economic and social opportunities and benefits necessary for sustainable development. Above is in the light of the State pursuant to buiding low carbon shift and climate resilient economy

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Sectors:
  • Commercial
  • Transport
  • Other Emissions
Installation of Biogas Digester that turns Kitchen Waste to Cooking Gas in Urban/ Semi Urban towns in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The lack of access to affordable and efficient energy for cooking and other household need keeps huge mass of people in a poverty trap. In Delta State of Nigeria, people still have to depend on traditional means of energy to fulfill most of their energy needs and the effect of traditional source of energy for cooking is contributing immensely to global warming. The Delta State Territorial Approach to Climate Change Programme (TACC) carried out Quick Win (Pilot) project on Installation of Biogas Digesters that turns kitchen waste to cooking gas as an alternative source of household energy in urban/ semi urban towns in the State. The successful pilot project is being up scaled to 50 urban towns with each towns having about 100units of Biogas Digester installed.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Waste
  • Agriculture, Forest and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
  • Other Emissions
local action
Installation of Solar Boreholes, Solar Refrigerators and Solar Water Heating system in Primary Healthcare Centres in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The solar radiation in Nigeria is about 5.535KWh per square meter per day with an average of six to nine hours sunshine per day, having an abundant sunshine all year round with the location of the country within the humid tropical region. Solar installations have tremendous advantages over other alternative energy sources. It is a reliable, domestic, robust renewable resource with large undeveloped potential and it emits essentially none of the atmospheric emissions that are of growing concern. After a successful pilot projects in three primary healthcare centres in the State, the Delta State TACC programme seeks to put in place, an integrated solar installation comprise of solar borehole, solar refrigerator and solar water heating system in 150 primary healthcare centres spread across the State. This will bring about effective sterilization of equipments and preservation of vaccines couple with the emission reduction potential of the project.

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Sectors:
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Other Emissions
local action
Biophysical and Socioeconomic Assessment of the nexus between Environmental Degradation and climate change impacts in Delta Statej - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Assessment/Research
  • Status: Completed

The TACC program conducted baseline assessment of the biophysical and socioeconomic factors underpinning climate change impacts in Delta State. This assessment identified the communities in Delta State most vulnerable to climate change and the appropriate GHG mitigation and adaptation options.

Read More Read Less
Sectors:
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Coastal zone systems
  • Human security and emergency response
  • Insurance and investment
  • Urban risks associated with housing
local action
Delta State Climate Change Policy - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The TACC program conducted baseline assessment of the biophysical and socioeconomic factors underpinning climate change impacts in Delta State. This assessment identified the communities in Delta State most vulnerable to climate change and the appropriate GHG mitigation and adaptation options. The aforementioned activity leads to the development of the Delta State Climate Change Policy which creates the enabling environment for climate change mitigation and adaptation projects that emphasizes reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in all sectors of the economy, the creation of green Jobs and the embarking on conservation based empowerment programmes for environmental sustainability.

Read More Read Less
Sectors:
  • Mobility
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Coastal zone systems
  • Human security and emergency response
  • Insurance and investment
  • Mobility
  • Urban risks associated with housing
Delta State Integrated Territorial Climate Plan - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: In operation

The ITCP lays out a Strategy & Action Plan to define the activities and projects that will be implemented in Delta State. The Action Plan includes key recommendations for mitigation and adaptation activities by sector, as proposed and agreed upon by members of the TACC Technical Working Group. For each recommended mitigation and adaptation activity, a total cost has been determined, with the idea to use this information when leveraging for future international climate funds.

Read More Read Less
Sectors:
  • Mobility
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Coastal zone systems
  • Human security and emergency response
  • Insurance and investment
  • Mobility
  • Urban risks associated with housing
Provision of Biosand Water Filter in Riverine Commmunity in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

"Rural Communities in Delta State lack access to safe water. They depend on rivers and streams as source of water for drinking and other domestic purposes. Communities without streams and rivers result to ‘Rain Water Harvesting’ where rain water is harvested through channels into an underground reservoir called “well”. This situation exposes the vulnerable groups especially children in the community to communicable diseases such as diarrhoea, typhoid etc. which may in turn lead to other socio-economic effects such as loss of income, poor work turnouts, etc. In a bid to address this ugly situation, the Delta State TACC programme successfully piloted the installation of 100 Bio-sand Water filter in two riverine communities in the State and intends to up-scale the project to 50 rural/riverine communities distributing about 400 units per community. This Household Water Treatment techniques treat water that has become contaminated at the source as well as through domestic handling, with the goal of reducing the contamination to a level of low risk. The installation of the bio-sand water filter was accompanied by training and retraining of the beneficiaries on the installation and use of the filters and also with sensitization campaigns/ awareness creation on the importance of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). A Bio-sand Water Filter uses simple filtration technology. The bio-sand filter treats polluted water with a biological layer covering the top layer of the sand bed.

Read More Read Less
Sectors:
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Coastal zone systems
  • Human security and emergency response
local action
Biophysical and Social Economic Assessment of the Nexus of Environmental Degradation and Climate Change in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year: 2012
  • Type: Assessment/Research
  • Status: Completed

To obtain biophysical and social economic data for evidence based policy making on climate change impacts, vulnerability and strategic formulation for GHG mitigation and adaptation to climate change. The study has established a prima facea case that warming has taken place within the territory of Delta State and impacts has adversely affected the social economic, biophysical and environmental sustainability of Delta State.

Read More Read Less
Sectors:
  • Mobility
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Coastal zone systems
  • Human security and emergency response
  • Insurance and investment
  • Mobility
  • Urban risks associated with housing
Replacing the traditional Tripod cookstoves with Eco Stoves in Rural community in Delta State - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The majority of Delta State’s rural communities have no access to alternative sources of household energy, and rely heavily on fuel wood for cooking and boiling of water. According to the World Health Organization, It is well known that indoor air pollution from burning of fuel wood leads to respiratory and other health problems, so replacing the traditional tripod cook stoves with energy efficiency Eco stoves (that uses less wood and produce less smoke) will in no small measure have positive impact on the health of the people.

Read More Read Less
Sectors:
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Urban risks associated with housing
local action
Development of the Delta State Integrated Territorial Climate Plan (ITCP) - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Policy/Strategies/Action Plans
  • Status: Completed

The TACC program conducted baseline assessment of the biophysical and socioeconomic factors underpinning climate change impacts in Delta State. This assessment identified the communities in Delta State most vulnerable to climate change and the appropriate GHG mitigation and adaptation options. Thereafter, an Integrated Territorial Climate Plan (ITCP) was developed. The ITCP is a five years strategy and action plan for climate change mitigation and adaptation programme for Delta State.

Read More Read Less
Sectors:
  • Mobility
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Coastal zone systems
  • Human security and emergency response
  • Insurance and investment
  • Mobility
  • Urban risks associated with housing
Material Recovery Facility, Asaba - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: Completed

The fact that most of our streets and major roads are littered with pockets of refuse while our dumpsites are in bizarre states are inimical to Delta State’s desire to pursue clean, healthy and sustainable environment. This prompts the provision of Integrated Waste Management Facility (1,000tonnes) that will receive and process waste within Asaba metropolis. The operation in the integrated waste facility covers Sorting, Recycling, Composting, Incineration and Residue Management. The project is intended to reduce GHGs emission such as methane, etc and its expected to be replicated in other urban metropolis such a Warri, Sapele, Agbor and Ughelli.

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Sectors:
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Insurance and investment
  • Mobility
  • Urban risks associated with housing
Material Recovery Facility, Warri - Delta State Government
  • Start year:
  • Type: Technical/Infrastructure investment
  • Status: In operation

The fact that most of our streets and major roads are littered with pockets of refuse while our dumpsites are in bizarre states are inimical to Delta State’s desire to pursue clean, healthy and sustainable environment. This prompts the provision of Integrated Waste Management Facility (1,000tonnes) that will receive and process waste within Asaba metropolis. The operation in the integrated waste facility covers Sorting, Recycling, Composting, Incineration and Residue Management. The project is intended to reduce GHGs emission such as methane, etc and its expected to be replicated in other urban metropolis.

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Sectors:
  • Terrestrial ecosystems and ecological infrastructure
  • Land use regulations
  • Human security and emergency response
  • Insurance and investment
  • Mobility
  • Urban risks associated with housing
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