Thirty-second meeting of the GCF Board (B.32)

Antigua and Barbuda
16 - 19 May 2022

  • Date 16 - 19 May 2022
  • Location Antigua and Barbuda
Documents
Type Title Ref # PDF
Agenda
Provisional agenda GCF/B.32/01/Drf.01
Agenda
Provisional agenda GCF/B.32/01/Drf.02
Decision
Decisions of the Board – thirty-second meeting of the Board, 16 – 19 May 2022 GCF/B.32/15
Meeting report
Report of the thirty-second meeting of the Board, 16 – 19 May 2022 GCF/B.32/16
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals GCF/B.32/02
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum I Funding proposal package for FP184 Annexes GCF/B.32/02/Add.01
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals - Addendum II Funding proposal package for FP185 Annexes GCF/B.32/02/Add.02
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals – Addendum III Funding proposal package for FP186 GCF/B.32/02/Add.03
Action item
Consideration of funding proposals – Addendum IV Funding proposal package for SAP024 GCF/B.32/02/Add.04
Action item
Status of approved funding proposals: Request for Tranche 2 for FP103 - Promotion of Climate-Friendly Cooking: Kenya and Senegal Annexes GCF/B.32/03
Action item
Consideration of accreditation proposals GCF/B.32/04
Action item
Status of the fulfilment of accreditation conditions GCF/B.32/04/Add.01
Action item
Update of the simplified approval process GCF/B.32/05
Information
Update of the Simplified Approval Process – Addendum I Comparison table of the Proposal Approval Process, the Simplified Approval Process and the Update of the Simplified Approval Process GCF/B.32/05/Add.01
Information
Update of the Simplified Approval Process – Addendum II Summary of the Bilateral Consultations on the Update of the Simplified Approval Process GCF/B.32/05/Add.02
Information
Update of the Simplified Approval Process – Addendum III Response matrix for Board comments received on the draft document “Update of the simplified approval Process” GCF/B.32/05/Add.03
Action item
Review of the initial private sector facility modalities and the private sector strategy GCF/B.32/06
Action item
Guidance on the approach and scope for providing support to adaptation activities GCF/B.32/07
Action item
Matters related to accreditation: report on the analysis of the accredited entity portfolio GCF/B.32/08
Action item
Co-Chairs’ note on strategic planning and programming matters GCF/B.32/09
Action item
Guidance from the twenty-sixth session of the Conference of the Parties GCF/B.32/10
Action item
Guidelines for the operation of Board committees: Co-Chairs’ Proposal GCF/B.32/11
Action item
Next steps in the event that a Board member is unable to join consensus regarding the outcome of the balloting procedure GCF/B.32/12
Action item
Draft Co-Chairs’ proposals on the guidelines to determine in which cases decisions without a Board meeting may be requested GCF/B.32/13
Action item
Dates and venues of upcoming Board meetings GCF/B.32/14
Information
Status of the GCF pipeline, including the status of Project Preparation Facility requests GCF/B.32/Inf.01
Information
Status of the Green Climate Fund resources GCF/B.32/Inf.02
Information
Board decisions proposed between the thirty-first and thirty-second meetings of the Board GCF/B.32/Inf.03/Rev.01
Information
Report on the activities of the Independent Redress Mechanism GCF/B.32/Inf.04
Information
Report on the activities of the Independent Evaluation Unit GCF/B.32/Inf.05
Information
Report on the activities of the Information Appeals Panel GCF/B.32/Inf.06
Information
Report on the activities of the Independent Integrity Unit GCF/B.32/Inf.07
Information
Status of the GCF portfolio: approved projects and fulfilment of conditions GCF/B.32/Inf.08/Rev.01
Information
Reports from committees, panels and groups of the Board of the Green Climate Fund GCF/B.32/Inf.09/Rev.01
Information
Reports from committees, panels and groups of the Board of the Green Climate Fund – Addendum I GCF/B.32/Inf.09/Add.01
Information
Report on the activities of the Secretariat GCF/B.32/Inf.10/Rev.01
Information
Report on the execution of the 2022 administrative budget of GCF GCF/B.32/Inf.10/Add.02
Information
Rapid Assessment of the progress of the Green Climate Fund’s Updated Strategic Plan: An IEU deliverable contributing to the Second Performance Review of the Green Climate Fund GCF/B.32/Inf.11
Information
Approach Paper of the Second Performance Review of the Green Climate Fund GCF/B.32/Inf.12
Information
Annotations to the provisional agenda GCF/B.32/Inf.13
Meeting agenda
Item Title
1. Opening of the meeting
2. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work
3. Report of the thirty-first meeting of the Board
4. Status of GCF resources, pipeline, and portfolio performance
5. Consideration of funding proposals
6. Consideration of accreditation proposals
7. Updated workplan for 2022–2023
7.a. Strategic planning and programming matters
8. Policy consultations
8.a. Update of the simplified approval process
8.b. Review of the initial private sector facility modalities and the private sector strategy
8.c. Guidance on the approach and scope for providing support to adaptation activities
9. Matters related to accreditation: report on the analysis of the accredited entity portfolio
10. Guidance from the twenty-sixth session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
11. Second performance review of the GCF
11.a. Second performance review: rapid assessment of the progress of the updated Strategic Plan
11.b. Second performance review: approach paper
12. Decisions proposed between the thirty-first and thirty-second meetings of the Board
13. Report on the activities of the Secretariat
14. Reports from Board committees, panels and groups
15. Reports on the activities of the independent units
16. Report on the activities of the Co-Chairs
17. Dates and venues of upcoming Board meetings
18. Other matters
19. Report of the meeting
20. Close of the meeting

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/02 titled “Consideration of funding proposals”:

  1. Takes note of the following funding proposals:
    1. Funding proposal 184 titled “Vanuatu community-based climate resilience project (VCCRP)" by Save the Children Australia, as contained in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.01 and 08;
    2. Funding proposal 185 titled “Climate Change: The New Evolutionary Challenge for the Galapagos" by Corporación Andina de Fomento, as contained in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.02 and 08;
    3. Funding proposal 186 titled “India E-Mobility Financing Program" by Macquarie Alternative Assets Management Limited, as contained in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.05; and (iv) Simplified funding proposal 024 titled “Pakistan Distributed Solar Project" by JS Bank Limited, as contained in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.06;
  2. Approves funding proposal 184 for the amount of USD 26,182,878, submitted by Save the Children Australia, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.08;
  3. Also approves funding proposal 185 for the amount of USD 65,271,299, submitted by Corporación Andina de Fomento, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.08;
  4. Further approves funding proposal 186 for the amount of USD 200,000,000 submitted by Macquarie Alternative Assets Management Limited, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.05;
  5. Approves simplified funding proposal 024 for the amount of USD 10,000,000, submitted by JS Bank Limited, subject to the conditions set out in annex I and in the respective term sheet set out in document GCF/B.32/02/Add.06;
  6. 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
  7. 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.32/03 titled “Status of approved funding proposals: Request for Tranche 2 for FP103 - Promotion of Climate-Friendly Cooking: Kenya and Senegal”:

  1. Recalls decision B.22/07, paragraph (h), pursuant to which the Board decided that the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH may seek further approval of the Board of commitment of further funding in an amount when aggregated with amounts previously approved by the Board, no greater than EUR 38,360,000, subject to the conditions set by the Board in annex III to that decision;
  2. Takes note of the Tranche 2 Proposal in respect of funding proposal 103 titled “Promotion of Climate-Friendly Cooking: Kenya and Senegal”, by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, as contained in annex III to document GCF/B.32/03;
  3. Approves the Tranche 2 Proposal in respect of funding proposal 103 for the amount of EUR 21,851,000, submitted by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH;
  4. Authorizes the Secretariat to negotiate the necessary amendments to the funded activity agreement for funding proposal 103 to give effect to the approval of the Tranche 2 Proposal in paragraph (c) above; and
  5. Also authorizes the Secretariat to disburse fees in respect of Tranche 2 of funding proposal 103 approved by the Board as per the disbursement schedule to be agreed in the amendments to 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.32/04 titled “Consideration of accreditation proposals”:

  1. Takes note with appreciation of the assessments conducted by the Secretariat and the Accreditation Panel contained within the relevant annexes for the following applicants for re-accreditation:
    1. Applicant R044 (RAPL044) is the Korea Development Bank (KDB), based in the Republic of Korea, as contained in annex II to this document; and
    2. Applicant R016 (RAPL016) is the Conservation International Foundation (CI), based in the United States of America, as contained in annex III to this document;
    pursuant to paragraph 45 of the Governing Instrument for the GCF, subject to, and in accordance with, the assessments by the Accreditation Panel contained in the relevant annexes for each of the applicants, and subject to the completion of Stage III of the accreditation by having an effective amendment to the original accreditation master agreement, in accordance with decision B.24/13;
  2. Also takes note of the efforts of KDB to advance the purpose of the GCF, including through KDB’s climate finance framework and related statements in the context of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement;
  3. Approves the re-accreditation of applicant R044 (RAPL044), the Korea Development Bank (KDB), based in the Republic of Korea, as contained in annex II to this document; and
  4. Also approves the re-accreditation of applicant R016 (RAPL016), the Conservation International Foundation (CI), based in the United States of America, as contained in annex III to this document.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/09 titled “Co-Chairs’ note on strategic planning and programming matters”:

  1. Recalls decision B.24/02, decision B.24/04, by which the Board endorsed the policy cycle for 2020–2023, and decision B.27/06, by which the Board adopted the updated Strategic Plan for 2020–2023;
  2. Requests the Secretariat to present the findings of the Secretariat-led review of the GCF policy frameworks at the thirty-third meeting of the Board, as per paragraph 38 of the updated Strategic Plan for 2020–2023;
  3. Decides to conduct an open, inclusive, transparent consultation process engaging Board members and alternate Board members, national designated authorities, accredited entities, active observers, observer organizations and parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement, members of GCF panels and groups including the Indigenous Peoples Advisory Group, and other stakeholders to inform the review and update of the Strategic Plan;
  4. Requests the Secretariat to facilitate the open, inclusive, transparent consultation process through, inter alia:
    1. Calls for submissions;
    2. Engagement with national designated authorities and accredited entities on programming needs and opportunities; and
    3. Producing summaries of inputs and publishing inputs on the GCF website;
  5. Also requests the Secretariat, under the guidance of the Co-Chairs, to present to the Board the review of the updated Strategic Plan at the thirty-fourth meeting of the Board and a zero draft of the updated Strategic Plan for its consideration at the thirty-fourth meeting of the Board, taking into account the summary findings of the second performance review, the findings of the policy review and inputs received through the consultation process described in paragraph (c) above;
  6. Decides to have an informal day at the thirty-third and thirty-fourth meetings of the Board to exchange views on the GCF strategic vision, objectives and priorities for the coming replenishment cycle, taking into account evolving priorities including guidance of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement, and relevant reports from the Independent Evaluation Unit, and to assess opportunities for GCF strategic programming in the second replenishment period; and requests the Secretariat to incorporate the views into the revised updated Strategic Plan referred to in paragraph (e);
  7. Decides to conclude its consideration of the update of the GCF strategic plan no later than the thirty-sixth meeting of the Board;
  8. Confirms that, as part of the strategic programming exercise, it will consider the evidence and findings of the second performance review, delivered in accordance with the 2022 Independent Evaluation Unit workplan and the schedule noted by paragraph (f) of decision B.BM-2021/11; and
  9. Requests the Co-Chairs to prepare a draft decision for the consideration of the Board at its thirty-third meeting in order to launch the replenishment process, and that the process will be conducted in an open, transparent, and inclusive manner

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/05 titled “Update of the simplified approval process”, and with reference to decision B.18/06, which mandated the review of the simplified approval process Pilot Scheme:

  1. Approves the update of the simplified approval process as set out in annex IV;
  2. Requests the Secretariat in close consultation with the independent Technical Advisory Panel and considering the rolling review procedure outlined in decision B.28/03, to simplify the process and reduce the information required for the review of the simplified approval process proposals in a manner that takes into account their smaller size and minimal or no adverse environmental and/or social risks and/or impacts;
  3. Also requests the Secretariat to include, starting from the 2023 work programme, granular and progressively ambitious key performance indicators for the simplified approval process (including for the post-approval stage) taking into account, among other things, the recommendations provided in the Independent Assessment of the Simplified Approval Process Pilot Scheme (GCF/B.30/07) and the Secretariat’s management response thereto (GCF/B.30/07/Add.01);
  4. Further requests the Secretariat to ensure the continued provision of readiness support for simplified approval process funding proposal preparation and access as part of the current readiness and preparatory support programme and for more comprehensive simplified approval process support to be addressed in the 2023 update to the readiness and preparatory support programme;
  5. Confirms that the scale of simplified approval process projects will be increased to a total GCF contribution of USD 25 million per funding proposal as per paragraph 4(a) of annex IV;
  6. Also confirms that the scope of activities under the simplified approval process projects remains with no to minimal adverse environmental and/or social risks and/or impacts, as per paragraph 4(b) of annex IV;
  7. Further confirms that the simplified approval process strategy will be addressed as part of the Board’s 2022–2023 strategic programming activities;
  8. Agrees to review the update of the simplified approval process policy as part of the overall policy cycle for the next programming period;
  9. Confirms that matters related to a principle for the presumed existence of climate rationale for the review of adaptation funding proposals under the simplified approval process, based on the existence of unequivocal evidence and science from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and local and traditional knowledge will be taken up, and integrated into, the ”Steps to enhance climate rationale” paper to be considered in an upcoming meeting of the Board; and
  10. Requests the Secretariat to continue to identify areas for further simplifications within the GCF processes, to inform the review of the simplified approval process and its implementation as noted in paragraph (h) above.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/06 titled “Review of the initial private sector facility modalities and the private sector strategy”:

  1. Takes note of the findings and recommendations in the Independent Evaluation of the GCF’s Approach to the Private Sector undertaken by the Independent Evaluation Unit, the Secretariat’s management response, and the Board’s consideration of these pursuant to decision B.30/11;
  2. Requests the Independent Evaluation Unit to present a management action report to the Board no later than one year following the adoption of this decision in line with the Evaluation Policy of GCF;
  3. Recognizes that meeting the parameters and guidelines for the allocation of resources during the GCF first replenishment programming period, as agreed under decision B.27/06, paragraph (i), requires a significant increase over 2022 and 2023 in Private Sector Facility programming overall, and in particular an increase in direct access and in adaptation programming through the Private Sector Facility;
  4. Adopts the private sector strategy as set out in annex V, which builds on the updated Strategic Plan for the GCF 2020–2023 and its strategic priority of catalysing private sector finance at scale;
  5. Requests the Secretariat to engage with national designated authorities and accredited entities to urgently promote the participation of private sector actors in developing countries, including small and medium-sized enterprises and local financial intermediaries, and to enable private sector involvement in least developed countries and small island developing States;
  6. Takes note of the proposed non-exhaustive list of priority areas for GCF private sector programming:
    1. Submission by direct access entities;
    2. Focus on adaptation;
    3. Engagement of local private sector actors, including micro, small and mediumsized enterprises;
    4. Support for climate technology incubators and accelerators in developing countries;
    5. Utilization of the diverse financial instruments of GCF, including exploring options to facilitate increased access to equity, guarantees and insurance products, and design and deployment of other innovative instruments; and
    6. Demonstration of significant potential to catalyse private sector finance at scale;
  7. Reconfirms GCF’s overall risk appetite statement that in order to realize significant impact and promote paradigm shift to meet the Fund’s strategic objectives, the Fund is willing to accept considerable uncertainties around investment risks in return for impact potential,1 which in the context of the private sector strategy means the Fund will promote enhanced support to the domestic private sector in developing countries, including through direct access entities, by providing early-stage financing to new, pre-commercially viable technologies or business models and climate initiatives, and deploy first-loss anchor investments as well as support financial innovations to catalyse investments in adaptation and mitigation projects;
  8. Requests the Secretariat to encourage and facilitate the use of the Readiness and Preparatory Support Programme and Project Preparation Facility to support countrydriven private sector engagement, through the national designated authorities, enhancing the role of the private sector in implementing nationally determined contributions, national adaptation plans and long-term climate strategies, and to accelerate the development of the private sector pipeline;
  9. Welcomes the private sector outreach plan, as contained in annex VI, noting that this is a living document that will be operationalized to promote the implementation of the private sector strategy in conjunction with delivery of the Secretariat’s annual work programmes;
  10. Takes note that the Secretariat, in implementing the private sector outreach plan, will engage with leading experts in and representatives of the private sector on a period and structured basis to advise the Private Sector Facility on global trends and opportunities for GCF in catalysing private sector financial flows for mitigation and adaptation in developing countries, and on enhancing GCF private sector engagement and programming; and
  11. Requests the Secretariat to report to the Board at its thirty-fourth meeting on the operationalization and implementation of the strategy, including a set of actions and accompanying timetable, and annually thereafter on progress in implementing the strategy and outreach plan.

1Risk appetite statement as adopted by the Board in annex VI to decision B.17/11.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/08 titled “Matters related to accreditation: report on the analysis of the accredited entity portfolio”:

Takes note of the analysis of the accredited entity portfolio as at 31 March 2022 presented by the Secretariat in annex VII to this document.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/10 titled “Guidance from the twentysixth session of the Conference of the Parties”:

  1. Takes note of this report, including the actions to be undertaken by the Board and Secretariat in 2022 in response to guidance received from the Parties during the twentysixth session of the Conference of the Parties, as contained in annex VIII;
  2. Requests the Co-Chairs, with the support of the Secretariat, to include an overview of progress on the updated four-year workplan of the Board in the eleventh report of the Green Climate Fund to the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change;
  3. Agrees to clarify the use of data and information from, inter alia, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and traditional, local and indigenous knowledge and practices in the assessment of concept notes, project preparation funding applications and funding proposals; and to provide this clarification, with the support of the Secretariat, in the consideration of relevant policies as part of its workplan;
  4. Requests the Secretariat to present by the thirty-fourth meeting of the Board an information paper for the consideration of the Board for diversifying its selection of financial instruments for addressing climate risk, including parametric insurance for climatic events; and
  5. Also requests the Secretariat to prepare by the thirty-third meeting of the Board an information paper outlining the current approach on financing for forests and alternative approaches

The Board, having considered the document GCF/B.32/11 titled “Guidelines for the operation of Board committees: Co-Chairs’ proposal”:

  1. Adopts the General guidelines for the operation of Board committees, as set out in annex IX to this document;
  2. Amends the terms of reference of standing committees of the Board to reflect these guidelines, as appropriate; and
  3. Decides to consider the review of committees, panels and groups, mandated pursuant to decision B.25/03, paragraph (c), at the thirty-fourth meeting of the Board.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/12 titled “Next steps in the event that a Board member is unable to join consensus regarding the outcome of the balloting procedure”:

  1. Recalls decision B.23/03, paragraph (d);
  2. Decides that in the event that at least one Board member expresses the view that they are unable to join the consensus regarding the outcome of the procedure for confidential balloting (“Balloting Procedure”) set out in section VI of the Procedures for adopting decisions in the event that all efforts at reaching consensus have been exhausted adopted pursuant to decision B.23/03 (“Decision-Making Procedures”):
    1. The Co-Chairs will first further consult with the Board member(s) who has expressed the view that they are unable to join consensus regarding the outcome of the Balloting Procedure;
    2. If after such consultations, the Board member(s) continues to express the view that they are unable to join the consensus, the Board member(s) may make use of the options set out in section II, paragraphs 7(b)—(e) of the Decision-Making Procedures in order to allow the relevant decision to be adopted; and
    3. If the Board member(s) does not wish to make use of any such option, section V of the Decision-Making Procedures shall apply mutatis mutandis to the decision appointing the relevant Board-appointed official; and
  3. Requests the Co-Chairs to update annex I to decision B.23/03 to reflect paragraph (b) above.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/13 titled “Draft Co-Chairs’ proposals on the guidelines to determine in which cases decisions without a Board meeting may be requested”:

  1. Adopts the guidelines to determine in which cases decisions without a Board meeting may be requested as set out in annex X; and
  2. Also adopts the guidance in respect of the implementation of paragraph 43 of the Rules of Procedure of the Board and in respect of other related matters as set out in annex XI.

The Board, having considered document GCF/B.32/14, titled “Dates and venues of upcoming meetings of the Board”:

  1. Decides and confirms that the thirty-third meeting of the Board will take place from Sunday, 17 July to Wednesday, 20 July 2022 as an in-person meeting in the Republic of Korea;
  2. Also decides that the thirty-fourth meeting of the Board will take place from Monday, 17 October to Thursday, 20 October 2022, as an in-person meeting in the Republic of Korea;
  3. Further decides that the thirty-fifth meeting of the Board will take place from Monday, 13 March to Thursday, 16 March 2023;
  4. Decides that the thirty-sixth meeting of the Board will take place from Monday, 10 July to Thursday, 13 July 2023;
  5. Also decides that the thirty-seventh meeting of the Board will take place from Monday, 23 October to Thursday, 26 October 2023; and
  6. Requests the Co-Chairs to continue to monitor the impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on the operations of GCF, and to report to the Board appropriately.
Item Title Timestamp File
1. Opening of the meeting 16 May 2022
09:36
- 09:43
2. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work 16 May 2022
09:43
- 09:45
3. Report of the thirty-first meeting of the Board 19 May 2022
12:36
- 12:37
4. Status of GCF resources, pipeline, and portfolio performance 19 May 2022
12:37
- 12:40
5. Consideration of funding proposals [part 1] 16 May 2022
09:45
- 12:04
5. Consideration of funding proposals [part 2] 18 May 2022
12:01
- 12:04
6. Consideration of accreditation proposals [part 1] 16 May 2022
12:04
- 14:28
6. Consideration of accreditation proposals [part 2] 18 May 2022
12:04
- 12:10
6. Consideration of accreditation proposals [part 3] 18 May 2022
14:41
- 14:44
7.a. Updated workplan for 2022–2023: Strategic planning and programming matters [part 1] 17 May 2022
09:37
- 10:28
7.a. Updated workplan for 2022–2023: Strategic planning and programming matters [part 2] 18 May 2022
10:54
- 11:00
8.a. Policy consultations: Update of the simplified approval process [part 1] 16 May 2022
15:26
- 16:37
8.a. Policy consultations: Update of the simplified approval process [part 2] 18 May 2022
11:00
- 11:11
8.b. Policy consultations: Review of the initial private sector facility modalities and the private sector strategy 16 May 2022
16:37
- 17:40
8.b. Policy consultations: Review of the initial private sector facility modalities and the private sector strategy [part 2] 18 May 2022
11:11
- 12:01
8.c. Policy consultations: Guidance on the approach and scope for providing support to adaptationactivities [part 1] 17 May 2022
16:07
- 17:00
8.c. Policy consultations: Guidance on the approach and scope for providing support to adaptation activities [part 3] 19 May 2022
12:40
- 12:59
9. Matters related to accreditation: Report on the analysis of the accredited entity portfolio 17 May 2022
14:54
- 15:43
10. Guidance from the twenty-sixth session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 17 May 2022
17:00
- 17:28
11.a. Second performance review of the GCF: Synthesis and strategy report for the second performance review 18 May 2022
12:16
- 14:41
13. Report on the activities of the Secretariat 16 May 2022
14:28
- 15:26
15. Reports on the activities of the independent units 17 May 2022
10:28
- 12:00
16. Report on the activities of the Co-Chairs [part 1] 17 May 2022
12:00
- 14:43
16. Report on the activities of the Co-Chairs [part 2] 17 May 2022
14:43
- 14:54
16. Report on the activities of the Co-Chairs [part 3] 19 May 2022
12:15
- 13:00
17. Dates and venues of upcoming Board meetings [part 1] 18 May 2022
14:44
- 15:35
17. Dates and venues of upcoming Board meetings [part 2] 19 May 2022
12:13
- 12:36
17. Dates and venues of upcoming Board meetings [part 3] 19 May 2022
12:59
- 13:00
18. Other matters 19 May 2022
13:00
- 13:01
19. Report of the meeting 19 May 2022
13:01
- 13:03
20. Close of the meeting 19 May 2022
13:03
- 13:06
SAP024
Mitigation

Pakistan

Pakistan Distributed Solar Project

FP186
Mitigation

India

India E-Mobility Financing Program

FP185
Cross-cutting

Ecuador

Climate Change: The New Evolutionary Challenge for the Galapagos

FP184
Adaptation

Vanuatu

Vanuatu community-based climate resilience project (VCCRP)