Adaptation Fund readiness and capacity building support – Interview with Farayi Madziwa

4 December 2018|Capacity Building, Feature Articles, Uncategorized|

While the core of the Adaptation Fund’s work remains its concrete adaptation projects for the most vulnerable, it also has programmes that enhance countries’ access to climate finance. The Adaptation [...]

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Private sector innovates to raise climate ambition in Southern Africa

7 November 2018|Case Studies, Feature Articles, Global front, Private Sector Experience|

With increasing use of 'blended finance' approaches, public and private financiers are joining forces in the Southern African region to invest in climate change solutions. The increased willingness of public [...]

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How a Regional Implementing Entity can support national governments: The Asia-Pacific experience

26 October 2018|Capacity Building, Feature Articles, Global front, Uncategorized|

Many developing country governments are seeking to access international climate funds. For the island states of the Asia Pacific region, their small size and limited resources hinder their capacity to [...]

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Financing climate resilience: There are increasing opportunities for action

9 May 2017|Feature Articles, Programming Adaptation Finance, Uncategorized|

Climate and water expert Gavin Quibell believes there are increasing opportunities to finance both the social and economic components of climate resilience. A call to action Despite remarkable progress addressing extreme [...]

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