Experts who gathered to discuss climate finance in Addis Ababa last month found that many of the standards and procedures developed to channel public funds to African countries may provide the foundation for new forms of private finance to flow for climate resilience. CDKN Africa's Senior Programme Manager Suzanne Carter reports.
Solid fiduciary structures are key for developing countries to access, absorb and spend climate finance effectively. Debbie Caldwell, associate of the Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT) looks at these practices in Rwanda.
Washington, D.C. (March 1, 2016) — The Adaptation Fund expanded its capacity to reach more vulnerable developing countries with urgently needed climate adaptation projects when its Board approved the accreditation [...]
In an effort to leverage new technology and reach more of its implementing partners around the world, the Adaptation Fund is launching a new webinar series to connect National Implementing [...]
The Adaptation Fund's ‘Direct Access’ programme has been praised at the Conference of the Parties (COP21) by the Adaptation Fund and by National Implementing Entities (NIEs) alike. The Fund’s Readiness [...]