As the world’s largest climate fund, GCF accelerates transformative climate action in developing countries through a country-owned partnership approach and use of flexible financing solutions and climate investment expertise.
30 November - 12 December 2023
28th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP28)
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GCF works to increase access for developing countries, which means quicker, simpler, with harmonised standards, delivered closer to local communities, and catalysing more funding.
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Project impact stories
The voices of Datem del Marañón: Protecting one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the world
Before this project, we did not know how to harvest the tree. Our ancestors used to cut it down. This new technique is much more efficient. When we harvest, we preserve branches so that animals can feed.
Aguaje palm tree escalation technician
On the frontlines of climate change: Financing the largest community-based adaptation project in Vanuatu
We women depend on fishing along the coastline to provide fish for our families, but most of our catch now is much smaller than the ones we caught here in the past years.
Villager from Efate Island in Vanuatu
Cambodia's climate action game-changer: resilient agricultural value chains
I have just received a new rice variety this year . I planted it in June and harvested it in November. I'm thrilled to say that the increased yields were as high as I had hoped.
Farmer in Kampong Cham Province
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