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Green Climate Fund Proposal Toolkit 2017

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Virginie Fayolle Serena Odianose

Nov. 15, 2017, 2:14 a.m.

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A toolkit for understanding the Green Climate Fund. The Green Climate Fund is the main public fund that helps developing countries tackle climate change, however, its application procedures are complicated. We have developed a toolkit to help project developers understand the requirements for designing and submitting a funding proposal. It aims to make the fund’s requirements and terminology more user-friendly for non-experts. The toolkit covers all the steps, from the preparation of a concept note to a full proposal and explains how to access support for project preparation.

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Virginie is a Senior Consultant specialising in climate change finance and adaptation planning. She leads the climate finance practice area at Acclimatise. Over the past six years, she has advised public and private sector clients to access, manage and use international climate finance by presenting work and leading stakeholder engagement processes. Over the past three years, her focus has been mostly on supporting National Designated Authorities (NDAs) and project developers in accessing the GCF. She holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Delaware and an MSc in Environment and Development from the London School of Economics. Serena is a Policy Researcher specialising in climate change adaptation and finance. She carries out research and analysis on climate finance and on the integration of adaptation into development plans and decision-making processes. She is currently providing technical assistance to the governments of Burundi and Ivory Coast to access the GCF Readiness and Preparatory Support Programme and develop their National Adaptation Plans. Serena holds a BSc in International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs from the University of Bologna and Science Po Strasbourg. She also holds an MSc in International Policy and Development Economics from the University of Bologna.

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Others

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United States Minor Outlying Islands

Sector

Mitigation

Adaptation

Subject

Project development

Type of material

Document

Language

English