Governance

GCF is accountable to and functions under the guidance of the Conference of the Parties (COP), and is also governed and supervised by the GCF Board

Strategic Plan

GCF has set out a strategic plan with a view to achieving its overarching objectives, and is therefore reflected in the development of the GCF's work plans. The strategic plan also seeks to articulate our vision and operational priorities, thereby making it more accessible to countries and strengthening its partnerships with National Designated Authorities / Focal Points and Accredited Entities.

Stakeholder inputs to updating the strategic plan

In the context of its first Replenishment process, GCF is updating its initial Strategic Plan. To inform this update, the GCF Board, through its decision B.22/06, invited Board and alternate members, as well as national designated authorities, representatives of accredited entities, members of the Private Sector Advisory Group, active observers and observer organizations to submit their inputs for this update.

The draft updated Strategic Plan was first considered by the Board at its Twenty-Fourth Meeting in November 2019 in document GCF/B.24/Inf.01. The Board, through decision B.24/03 requested Board Members and registered observers to submit written submissions on the draft to the Secretariat, to inform the further development of the document.

In line with these Decisions, all inputs and submissions received are published below.

Inputs on the update of the Strategic Plan