Readiness Programme for Climate Finance - an Adaptation Fund initiative
The Adaptation Fund's Readiness Programme for Climate Finance
The Adaptation Fund’s Readiness Programme for Climate Finance aims to help strengthen the capacity of national and regional entities to receive and manage climate financing, particularly through the Fund's direct access, and to adapt and build resilience to counter changing climate conditions in sectors ranging from agriculture and food security to coastal zones and urban areas.
Intensive workshops convening stakeholders in the full cycle of climate finance, from accreditation through project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
A South-South grants program will support experienced NIEs to assist countries working to become accredited for climate finance.
Online collaboration and knowledge sharing will be encouraged through a knowledge exchange.
Guidance document for Implementing Entities on Compliance with the Adaptation Fund Environmental and Social Policy
1-2 May, 2014 - Climate Finance Readiness Seminar #1, Washington DC**
Focus on convening experts and thought leaders in climate finance readiness, sharing experiences and charting paths forward
1-4 July, 2014 - First NIE Readiness Workshop in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
Focus on accreditation process and implementation of projects
* Hosted by the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) of Kenya, and supported by the Heinrich Boell Foundation, Adaptation Fund and the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN)
15-17 July, 2014 - Climate Finance Readiness Seminar #2, Washington DC
Focus on readiness throughout project cycle
10-12 September, 2014 - Climate Finance Readiness Seminar #3, Bangkok, Thailand
Co-hosted with UNEP
Focus on increasing capacity of applicant and accredited implementing entities
24-26 March, 2015 - Climate Finance Readiness Seminar #4, Panama City, Panama
Co-hosted with CAF and the Government of Panama
18-20 May, 2015 - Climate Finance Readiness Seminar #5, Windhoek, Namibia
Co-hosted with Heinrich Boll Stiftung, DRFN and the government of Namibia
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** The Readiness Programme for Climate Finance kicked off with a two day seminar in Washington, DC, bringing together experts and thought leaders from a variety of organizations around the world. Information and presentations from this workshop are here.