These analytics are based on the database of climate change projects with clear national allocations contained within the tool and the weighted totals of those projects. The weighting system gives an approximation of the climate change and disaster-risk relevance of related expenditure. See the methodology explanation for further information.
77 Projects Registered
USD 227,615,154 Climate Change Finance
Sectors are aligned with national priority sectors as indicated in national climate change policies. Typical sectors include Energy, Transport/Infrastructure, Agriculture & Food Security, Water & Sanitation, Forestry, Disaster Risk Reduction/Management, Fisheries etc.
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All Project Types
Total: USD 227,615,154
Activities that respond to the adverse impacts of climate change on the environment, human wellbeing and survival, and culture – reducing vulnerability or increasing capacity to make change (resilience). For example coastal defences, food and water security, improving health etc
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The principal funding source is the stakeholder (bilateral or multilateral partner) directly engaged by the recipient country to provide the funding for the specified project. Due to the complexity of the climate finance environment, it is acknowledged that these may be intermediaries for funding that has originated elsewhere.