Mr. Decimon Anywar Mr. Decimon Anywar

  Nationality: Uganda

  Institution: United Nation Capital Development Fund 

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Mr. Decimon Anywar is an environment and natural resources management specialist with over 10 years of experience in Environmental management, climate change, Renewable energy, gender, peace, and security with governments, multilateral institutions, NGOs, and the private sector. Currently, he works with United Nation Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) as a climate change specialist. He has previously worked at RTI International as Program Coordinator on USAID’s Biodiversity for Resilience Activity and at Mercy Corps Uganda, as a compliance and climate risks analyst on USAID’s Apolou Program. He is experienced in Green Climate Fund, Global Environment Facility, USAID and other multilateral funding mechanisms. Decimon holds MSc & BSc. in Environmental Science and Natural Resources Management. He has technical knowledge of proposal development and project management in climate change adaptation and mitigation, environmental sustainability, gender, and renewable energy.


Relevant skills in climate change adaptation: 

Mr. Decimon has Analytical skills for climate data projections and model analysis, risk analysis, pathways, costing, and cost-benefit analysis of climate change options; research, monitoring, and evaluation skills for conducting climate change vulnerability assessments as well as implementing and monitoring climate actions; Stakeholder engagement skills for visioning, mainstreaming/integrating gender into climate change actions, programs, or plans and other key stakeholders; Advocacy skills for the development of national, local and institutional climate policies: Proposal writing skills for proposal development; communication skills for training/workshop and capacity building development, reporting and awareness investment plannings; Strategic planning skills for sectors and national adaptation planning; Management skills for leadership, supervisory and delegation. Result-based management for project impacts management Climate change Adaptation skills for addressing climate impacts.