Strengthening of Climate Change Finance in Africa

This report seeks to strengthen the country and regional responses to making climate finance more effective. It concentrates on the role of the governments and external funders to co-ordinate funding in accordance with international principles developed over the last decades for aid effectiveness.

It provides a synthesis of six case studies from countries across the continent and considers climate change financing through the lens of the internationally agreed Aid Effectiveness principles, focusing on whether countries are well placed to utilise the funds available.

Case Study Countries: Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, South Africa and Tanzania

Areas of Expertise

Aid policy

  • Aid architecture
  • Aid effectiveness
  • Performance management and accountability

Governance

  • Institutional change and capacity building