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PODCAST: The Green Climate Fund: what it is and why it matters in Southern Africa

The third episode of the Finance for Resilience podcast is out! We take a look at the Green Climate Fund (GCF): What is it and why does it matter in Southern Africa? In the podcast we unpack some basics about the Fund, and explore the challenges and successes of becoming accredited to receive GCF funds and implementing GCF projects in the region.

Podcast host, Kamleshan Pillay, chats to three guests about their work with the GCF: Karl Mutani Aribeb, the Chief Operations Officer at the Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia; Muhammed Sayed, a Climate Change Specialist for the Climate and Environmental Finance Unit at the Development Bank of Southern Africa; and Charlotte Ellis, a project manager on the Southern African Climate Finance Partnership programme.

Listen to Episode 3 here: The Green Climate Fund: what it is and why it matters in Southern Africa or on Spotify, Google or Apple iTunes.

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