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24JAN
2017
NEWS / GCF project toolkit developed by Acclimatise, IIED and ICCCAD
Category: Financial Services, Latest News

Image: GCF toolkit cover.

By Acclimatise

A guide to develop a Project proposal for the Green Climate Fund (GCF)

Acclimatise, in partnership with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) is launching a new toolkit with support from the Climate and Development Knowledge Network’s ‘Building readiness of the private sector in Bangladesh for GCF accreditation’ project.

This toolkit aims to help Bangladeshi private sector understand how to fulfil the GCF’s requirements when developing fully-fledged funding proposals, by acquainting them with the GCF project cycle, proposal template form and key project design requirements. It also provides the Bangladeshi private sector with a detailed checklist to start preparing a GCF project concept.

Download the toolkit from our resources library by clicking here.

Authors:

Virginie Fayolle is a senior consultant  who leads climate finance activities at Acclimatise

Marek Soanes is a researcher on climate finance at IIED

Serena Odianose is a policy researcher at Acclimatise

Learn more about this project:

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