Twenty-eighth meeting of the GCF Board (B.28)

Virtual
16 - 19 March 2021

  • Date 16 - 19 March 2021
  • Location Virtual
Documents
Type Title Ref # PDF
Agenda
Provisional agenda GCF/B.28/01/Drf.01
Agenda
Provisional agenda GCF/B.28/01/Drf.02
Agenda
Provisional agenda GCF/B.28/01/Drf.03
Agenda
Agenda GCF/B.28/01
Decision
Decisions of the Board – twenty-eighth meeting of the Board, 16 to 19 March 2021 GCF/B.28/21 ,
Meeting report
Report of the twenty-eighth meeting of the Board, 16 – 19 March 2021 GCF/B.28/22
Information
Board decisions proposed between the twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth meetings of the Board GCF/B.28/Inf.01/Rev.01
Information
Status of the Green Climate Fund resources GCF/B.28/Inf.02
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Reports from committees, panels and groups of the Board of the Green Climate Fund GCF/B.28/Inf.03
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Reports from committees, panels and groups of the Board of the Green Climate Fund – Addendum GCF/B.28/Inf.03/Add.01
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Report on the activities of the Information Appeals Panel GCF/B.28/Inf.04
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Report on the activities of the Independent Redress Mechanism GCF/B.28/Inf.05
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Annual Report of the Independent Evaluation Unit for 2020 GCF/B.28/Inf.06
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2020 Independent Redress Mechanism Annual Report GCF/B.28/Inf.07
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Status of the GCF pipeline, including the status of Project Preparation Facility requests GCF/B.28/Inf.08
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Status of the GCF pipeline – Addendum III: Update on the Enhancing Direct Access Pilot GCF/B.28/Inf.08/Add.03
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Status of the GCF pipeline – Addendum IV: Update on the REDD-plus Results-Based Payments GCF/B.28/Inf.08/Add.04
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Status of the GCF portfolio: approved projects and fulfilment of conditions GCF/B.28/Inf.09
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Report on the activities of the Secretariat GCF/B.28/Inf.10
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Report on the execution of the 2020 administrative budget of GCF GCF/B.28/Inf.10/Add.02
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Report on the implementation of the Updated Strategic Plan 2020–2023 GCF/B.28/Inf.10/Add.03
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Report on the activities of the Secretariat – Addendum IV: Issues on the disclosure of environmental and social safeguards emanating from the assessment of projects and programmes by multilateral development banks GCF/B.28/Inf.10/Add.04
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Report on the activities of the Independent Integrity Unit GCF/B.28/Inf.11
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2020 Annual Report of the Independent Integrity Unit GCF/B.28/Inf.12
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Updated workplan of the Board for 2020 – 2023: As updated at the twenty-eighth meeting of the Board GCF/B.28/Inf.13
Information
Report on the activities of the Co-Chairs GCF/B.28/Inf.14
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals GCF/B.28/02/Rev.02
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum I: Funding proposal package for FP154 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.01/Rev.01
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum II: Funding proposal package for FP155 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.02
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Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum III: Funding proposal package for FP156 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.03/Rev.01
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum IV: Funding proposal package for FP157 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.04
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum V: Funding proposal package for FP158 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.05
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum VI: Funding proposal package for FP159 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.06
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum VII: Funding proposal package for FP160 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.07/Rev.01
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum VIII: Funding proposal package for FP161 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.08
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum IX: Funding proposal package for FP162 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.09
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum X: Funding proposal package for FP163 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.10
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals – Addendum XI: Funding proposal package for FP164 GCF/B.28/02/Add.11
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Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum XII: Funding proposal package for SAP020 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.12
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum XIII: Funding proposal package for SAP021 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.13
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum XIV: Funding proposal package for SAP022 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.14
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum XV: Funding proposal package for SAP023 Annexes GCF/B.28/02/Add.15
Action item
Revised Policy on the Prevention and Protection from Sexual Exploitation, Sexual Abuse, and Sexual Harassment GCF/B.28/03/Rev.01
Action item
Response matrix for comments received on the draft document "Revised Policy on the Prevention and Protection from Sexual Exploitation, Sexual Abuse, and Sexual Harassment" GCF/B.28/03/Add.01
Action item
Addressing gaps in the current portfolio for measurement GCF/B.28/04
Action item
Evaluation Policy for the GCF GCF/B.28/05/Rev.01
Action item
Dates and venues of upcoming meetings of the Board GCF/B.28/06
Action item
Schedule and budget of the second performance review of the Green Climate Fund GCF/B.28/07
Action item
Update of the simplified approval process GCF/B.28/08
Action item
Written feedback received on draft document titled “Further development of the simplified approval process” GCF/B.28/08/Add.01
Action item
Response matrix for Board comments received on the draft document "Further development of the SAP" GCF/B.28/08/Add.02
Action item
Integrated Results Management Framework GCF/B.28/09
Action item
Integrated Results Management Framework – Addendum I: Consultation summary note GCF/B.28/09/Add.01
Action item
Consideration of accreditation proposals GCF/B.28/11
Action item
Status of the fulfilment of accreditation conditions GCF/B.28/11/Add.01
Action item
Methodology for establishing a baseline of greenhouse gas emissions and climate resilience for the portfolio of accredited entities GCF/B.28/11/Add.02
Action item
Updated accreditation framework GCF/B.28/12
Action item
Outcome of Co-Chairs consultations: Guidelines on decisions without a Board meeting GCF/B.28/13
Action item
Updated guidelines for the operation of Board committees GCF/B.28/14
Action item
Update on the operations of the independent Technical Advisory Panel GCF/B.28/15
Action item
Update on the operations of the independent Technical Advisory Panel – Addendum I: Status of consultations GCF/B.28/15/Add.01
Action item
Independent Synthesis of the Green Climate Fund’s Accreditation Function GCF/B.28/16
Action item
Management response to the Independent Synthesis of the Green Climate Fund’s Accreditation Function GCF/B.28/16/Add.01
Action item
Independent Evaluation of the Adaptation Portfolio and Approach of the Green Climate Fund GCF/B.28/17
Action item
Management response to the Independent Evaluation of the Adaptation Portfolio and Approach of the Green Climate Fund GCF/B.28/17/Add.01
Action item
Independent Assessment of the GCF Simplified Approval Process (SAP) Pilot Scheme GCF/B.28/18
Action item
Secretariat management response to the Independent Assessment of the Green Climate Fund’s Simplified Approval Process (SAP) Pilot Scheme GCF/B.28/18/Add.01
Action item
Independent Evaluation of the Relevance and Effectiveness of the Green Climate Fund’s investments in Small Island Developing States GCF/B.28/19
Action item
Management response to the Independent Evaluation of the Relevance and Effectiveness of GCF Investments in Small Island Developing States GCF/B.28/19/Add.01
Action item
Selection process to recruit the Head of the Independent Evaluation Unit GCF/B.28/20
Meeting agenda
Item Title
1. Opening of the meeting
2. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work
3. Adoption of the report of the twenty-seventh meeting of the Board
4. Decisions proposed between the twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth meetings of the Board
5. Report on the activities of the Secretariat
6. Reports from Board committees, panels and groups
7. Reports on the activities of the independent units
8. Report on the activities of the Co-Chairs
8.a. Co-Chairs report
8.b. Updated 2020 – 2023 Board workplan
8.c. Review of committees, panels and groups: updated guidelines for committees and panels
9. Status of GCF resources, pipeline and portfolio performance
9.a. Status of the REDD-plus results-based payments pilot programme
10. Matters related to results management
10.a. Integrated results management framework and results tracking tool
10.b. Addressing gaps in the current portfolio for measurement
11. Review of the structure and operations of the independent Technical Advisory Panel
12. Updated accreditation framework
13. Performance review of the GCF for the GCF-1 programming period
14. Consideration of funding proposals
15. Consideration of accreditation proposals
16. Revised Policy on Sexual Exploitation, Sexual Abuse, and Sexual Harassment and amendments to related policies and standards
17. Update of the simplified approval process
18. Evaluation policy for the GCF
19. Evaluations by the Independent Evaluation Unit
20. Dates and venues of upcoming Board meetings
21. Other matters
22. Report of the meeting
23. Close of the meeting

The Board:

Elects Mr. José de Luna as the Co-Chair of the Board being a member from a developing country Party for a term starting on 16 March 2021 and for the remainder of the term of his predecessor ending 31 December 2021, in accordance with paragraph 13 of the Governing Instrument for the Green Climate Fund and paragraphs 7 and 9 of the Rules of Procedure of the Board.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.28/04 titled “Addressing gaps in the current portfolio for measurement”:

  1. Takes note of the information presented in the document;
  2. Reiterates the commitment of GCF as a learning organization to iteratively improve the integration of sufficient monitoring and evaluation budget and activities for the gathering of evidence in funding proposals and funded activities to ensure the credibility of the portfolio and project/programme results reported;
  3. Recognizes that participation and implementation of remediation measures by accredited entities is voluntary;
  4. Requests the Secretariat to target remediation efforts covering all gaps in project/programme monitoring and evaluation or the relevant performance management frameworks’ indicator risk assessment, where the ratings are assessed by the Secretariat as moderate, elevated or high;
  5. Approves the Secretariat undertaking the following actions to advance remediation efforts:
    1. Phase 1: The Secretariat retaining a vendor and consulting with accredited entities to assess the willingness of the accredited entities to undertake proposed remediation activities on a project-specific basis, where the ratings are assessed by the Secretariat as moderate, elevated or high; and
    2. Phase 2: Based on feedback received from accredited entities, the Secretariat proposing a detailed action plan and funding envelope for remedial actions to be presented to the Board for consideration at the earliest possible opportunity, which may be through a decision between meetings, not later than the thirtieth meeting of the Board, to cover the costs of the remediation activities to be undertaken at the Secretariat and accredited entity level; and
  6. Requests the Secretariat to consult and seek confirmation from the Budget Committee and approval by the Board on the additional administrative budget for Phase 1 of the remedial efforts as described in paragraph (e)(i) above.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.28/15 titled “Update on the operations of the independent Technical Advisory Panel”:

  1. Adopts the updated independent Technical Advisory Panel review procedure as presented in annex II;
  2. Requests the Secretariat, in close consultation with the independent Technical Advisory Panel, to develop a transparent and consistent approach to their assessment of funding proposals;
  3. Also requests the Secretariat, in consultation with the Budget Committee, to present to the Board, no later than its thirtieth meeting, a proposal on how to align the remuneration structure of the members of the independent Technical Advisory Panel with other panels of GCF and of comparable multilateral institutions, taking into consideration the impact of the provisions on conflict of interest contained in the Updated Terms of Reference of the Independent Technical Advisory Panel (decision B.BM-2018/09), and the workload of the independent Technical Advisory Panel; and
  4. Further requests the Investment Committee, with the support of the Secretariat, to commission the next review of the structure of the independent Technical Advisory Panel and its effectiveness for the Board’s consideration in line with the updated Strategic Plan’s guidance as per decision B.27/06, paragraph (n), which will include an assessment of the following:
    1. Projected demands on the independent Technical Advisory Panel and its associated capacity to assess funding proposals in terms of time commitment and range of technical expertise;
    2. Any specific gaps in the technical expertise of the independent Technical Advisory Panel that should be filled for the adequate fulfilment of their functions;
    3. Effectiveness of the updated process, quality of the deliverables and options to improve these; and
    4. With regard to the simplified approval process, a consideration of the capacity of the independent Technical Advisory Panel to efficiently review simplified approval process proposals on a rolling basis and in a timely manner, and corresponding recommendations.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.28/02/Rev.02 titled “Consideration of funding proposals”:

  1. Takes note of the following funding proposals:
    1. Funding proposal 154 titled “Mongolia: Aimags and Soums Green Regional Development Investment Program (ASDIP)”, by the Asian Development Bank, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.01/Rev.01 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    2. Funding proposal 155 titled “Building resilience to cope with climate change in Jordan through improving water use efficiency in the agriculture sector (BRCCJ)”, by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.02 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    3. Funding proposal 156 titled “ASEAN Catalytic Green Finance Facility (ACGF): Green Recovery Program”, by the Asian Development Bank, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.03/Rev.01 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    4. Funding proposal 157 titled “Coastal Resilience to Climate Change in Cuba through Ecosystem Based Adaptation – ‘MI COSTA’”, by the United Nations Development Programme, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.04 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    5. Funding proposal 158 titled “Ecosystem-Based Adaptation and Mitigation in Botswana’s Communal Rangelands”, by the Conservation International Foundation, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.05 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    6. Funding proposal 159 titled “PREFOREST CONGO - Project to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from forests in five departments in the Republic of Congo”, by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.06 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    7. Funding proposal 160 titled “Monrovia Metropolitan Climate Resilience Project”, by the United Nations Development Programme, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.07/Rev.01 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    8. Funding proposal 161 titled “Building Regional Resilience through Strengthened Meteorological, Hydrological and Climate Services in the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) Member Countries”, by the Agence Française de Développement, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.08 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    9. Funding proposal 162 titled “The Africa Integrated Climate Risk Management Programme: Building the resilience of smallholder farmers to climate change impacts in 7 Sahelian Countries of the Great Green Wall (GGW)”, by the International Fund for Agricultural Development, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.09 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    10. Funding proposal 163 titled “Sustainable Renewables Risk Mitigation Initiative (SRMI) Facility”, by the World Bank, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.10 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    11. Funding proposal 164 titled “Green Growth Equity Fund”, by the Nederlandse Financierings-Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V., as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.16;
    12. Simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 020 titled “Climate resilient food security for farming households across the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM)”, by the Micronesia Conservation Trust, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.12 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    13. Simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 021 titled “Community-based Landscape Management for Enhanced Climate Resilience and Reduction of Deforestation in Critical Watersheds”, by the Japan International Cooperation Agency, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.13 and Add.18/Rev.02;
    14. Simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 022 titled “Enhancing Multi-Hazard Early Warning System to increase resilience of Uzbekistan communities to climate change induced hazards”, by the United Nations Development Programme, as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.14 and Add.18/Rev.02; and
    15. Simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 023 titled “River Restoration for Climate Change Adaptation (RIOS)”, by the Fondo Mexicano para la Conservación de la Naturaleza A.C., as contained in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.15 and Add.18/Rev.02;
  2. Approves funding proposal 154 for the amount of USD 175,000,000, submitted by the Asian Development Bank, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  3. Also approves funding proposal 155 for the amount of USD 25,000,000, submitted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  4. Further approves funding proposal 156 for the amount of USD 300,000,000, submitted by the Asian Development Bank, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  5. Approves, pursuant to a vote in which 23 of the Board members present voted in favour and 1 of the Board members present voted against, and in respect of which none of the Board members present abstained from the vote, funding proposal 157 for the amount of USD 23,927,294, submitted by the United Nations Development Programme, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  6. Also approves funding proposal 158 for the amount of USD 36,760,394, submitted by the Conservation International Foundation, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  7. Further approves funding proposal 159 for the amount of USD 28,988,852, submitted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  8. Approves funding proposal 160 for the amount of USD 17,255,755, submitted by the United Nations Development Programme, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  9. Also approves, pursuant to a vote in which 23 of the Board members present voted in favour and 1 of the Board members present voted against, and in respect of which none of the Board members present abstained from the vote, funding proposal 161 for the amount of USD 52,767,986, submitted by the Agence Française de Développement, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  10. Further approves funding proposal 162 for the amount of USD 82,849,900, submitted by the International Fund for Agricultural Development, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  11. Approves funding proposal 163 for the amount of USD 280,000,000, submitted by the World Bank, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  12. Also approves funding proposal 164 for the amount of USD 137,000,000, submitted by the Nederlandse Financierings-Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V., subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.16;
  13. Further approves simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 020 for the amount of USD 8,583,350, submitted by the Micronesia Conservation Trust, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  14. Approves simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 021 for the amount of USD 9,976,222, submitted by the Japan International Cooperation Agency, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  15. Also approves simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 022 for the amount of USD 9,999,455, submitted by the United Nations Development Programme, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  16. Further approves simplified approval process (SAP) funding proposal 023 for the amount of USD 9,000,000, submitted by the Fondo Mexicano para la Conservación de la Naturaleza A.C., subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.28/02/Add.18/Rev.02;
  17. Reaffirms that pursuant to annex IV to decision B.17/09, the Executive Director or his designee is authorized to negotiate and enter into legal agreements on behalf of the GCF with accredited entities and other parties involved in respect of funding proposals approved by the Board, taking into account any condition approved by the Board in this decision and in the decision accrediting the relevant accredited entity; and
  18. Authorizes the Secretariat to disburse fees for each funded project/programme approved by the Board as per the disbursement schedule to be agreed in the funded activity agreement in accordance with the policy on fees and the general principles and indicative list of eligible costs covered under GCF fees and project management costs adopted by the Board pursuant to decision B.19/09.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.28/06 titled “Dates and venues of upcoming meetings of the Board”:

  1. Confirms that the twenty-ninth meeting of the Board will take place from Monday, 28 June to Thursday, 1 July 2021 and that this be held as a net-meeting;
  2. Decides that the thirtieth meeting of the Board will take place from Monday, 4 October to Thursday, 7 October 2021;
  3. Underscores the importance of the full participation and involvement of the entire Board from all constituencies in the Board meetings and pre-Board meeting consultation process as an essential condition for holding an effective and full participatory meeting;
  4. Requests the Secretariat, where applicable, to take appropriate steps to ensure the full and effective participation of all Board members, alternate members, advisers and active observers in the net-meeting, including testing the technology and providing support to developing countries in particular; and
  5. Also requests the Co-Chairs to continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on the operations of GCF, and to report to the Board appropriately.
Item Title Timestamp File
1. Opening of the meeting 16 Mar 2021
21:28
- 22:30
2. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work [part 1] 16 Mar 2021
22:30
- 23:35
2. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work [part 2] 17 Mar 2021
00:00
- 01:04
2. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work [part 3] 17 Mar 2021
01:13
- 01:59
4. Decisions proposed between the twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth meetings of the Board 17 Mar 2021
21:12
- 21:31
8. Selection process to recruit the Head of the Independent Evaluation Unit 17 Mar 2021
21:31
- 22:20
11.A. Integrated results management framework and results tracking tool [part 1] 18 Mar 2021
21:19
- 23:26
11.A. Integrated results management framework and results tracking tool [part 2] 19 Mar 2021
21:34
- 23:17
11.A. Integrated results management framework and results tracking tool [part 3] 19 Mar 2021
23:17
- 23:26
11.A. Integrated results management framework and results tracking tool [part 4] 20 Mar 2021
02:57
- 03:00
11.B. Addressing gaps in the current portfolio for measurement 18 Mar 2021
23:26
- 23:33
12. Review of the structure and operations of the independent Technical Advisory Panel 17 Mar 2021
22:20
- 23:52
15. Consideration of funding proposals [part 1] 17 Mar 2021
23:52
- 03:13
15. Consideration of funding proposals [part 2] 20 Mar 2021
02:55
- 02:57
16. Consideration of accreditation proposals [part 1] 18 Mar 2021
23:33
- 00:31
16. Consideration of accreditation proposals [part 2] 20 Mar 2021
03:26
- 04:00
16. Consideration of accreditation proposals [part 3] 20 Mar 2021
04:59
- 05:02
18. Update of the simplified approval process 19 Mar 2021
00:54
- 01:32
21. Dates and venues of upcoming Board meetings 19 Mar 2021
00:44
- 00:54
23. Report of the meeting 20 Mar 2021
05:02
- 05:07
24. Close of the meeting 20 Mar 2021
05:07
- 05:10
SAP023
Cross-cutting

Mexico

River Restoration for Climate Change Adaptation (RIOS)

SAP022
Adaptation

Uzbekistan

Enhancing Multi-Hazard Early Warning System to increase resilience of Uzbekistan communities to climate change induced hazards

SAP021
Mitigation

Timor-Leste

Community-based Landscape Management for Enhanced Climate Resilience and Reduction of Deforestation in Critical Watersheds

SAP020
Adaptation

Micronesia (Federated States of)

Climate resilient food security for farming households across the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM)

FP164
Mitigation

India

Green Growth Equity Fund

FP163
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Sustainable Renewables Risk Mitigation Initiative (SRMI) Facility

FP162
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

The Africa Integrated Climate Risk Management Programme: Building the resilience of smallholder farmers to climate change impacts in 7 Sahelian Countries of the Great Green Wall (GGW)

FP161
Adaptation

Multiple countries

Building Regional Resilience through Strengthened Meteorological, Hydrological and Climate Services in the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) Member Countries

FP160
Adaptation

Liberia

Monrovia Metropolitan Climate Resilience Project

FP159
Mitigation

Congo

PREFOREST CONGO - Project to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from forests in five departments in the Republic of Congo

FP158
Cross-cutting

Botswana

Ecosystem-Based Adaptation and Mitigation in Botswana’s Communal Rangelands

FP157
Adaptation

Cuba

Coastal Resilience to Climate Change in Cuba through Ecosystem Based Adaptation - "MI COSTA"

FP156
Mitigation

Multiple countries

ASEAN Catalytic Green Finance Facility (ACGF): Green Recovery Program

FP155
Adaptation

Jordan

Building resilience to cope with climate change in Jordan through improving water use efficiency in the agriculture sector (BRCCJ)

FP154
Cross-cutting

Mongolia

Mongolia: Aimags and Soums Green Regional Development Investment Program (ASDIP)