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FEATURE: Ethiopia’s investment in climate compatible development

Ethiopia’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation was recently accredited to receive funds from both the Green Climate Fund and the Adaptation Fund. CDKN’s Robi Redda and Tesfaye Hailu reflect on five factors that contributed to Ethiopia’s success.
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OPINION: The impact of 2014 elections on climate change governance in Mozambique

After the presidential elections in 2014, Mozambique underwent significant changes in government to reduce bureaucracy and government spending. Celso Tamele, a biosystems engineer and consultant, considers the consequences for climate change governance.
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FEATURE: After accreditation for international climate funds…what next?

Charlotte Finlay, CDKN’s Head of Country Support reports from day 1 of the CDKN South-South learning exchange on “mobilising resources for climate compatible development,” which takes place in Kigali, Rwanda this week. The key message so far is that after countries get accredited to receive international climate funds, they face even greater challenges in developing ‘bankable projects’ for investment.
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OPINION: High fiduciary standards and Rwanda’s access to climate finance

Solid fiduciary structures are key for developing countries to access, absorb and spend climate finance effectively. Debbie Caldwell, associate of the Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT) looks at these practices in Rwanda.
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PROJECT: Lessons from national climate compatible development planning in Rwanda, Kenya, Mozambique and Ethiopia

African and developing country governments are increasingly calling for practical examples of how to advance climate compatible development and develop solutions relevant to country contexts. Many cou
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