Republic of Guatemala

Latin America and the Caribbean 

Dashboard

No. of projects

 

Total GCF financing

 

No. of Readiness activities

 

Readiness support approved

 

Readiness support disbursed

 

Projects

FP230
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Kuali Fund-GCF

FP223
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Project GAIA ("GAIA")

FP180
Adaptation

Multiple countries

Global Fund for Coral Reefs Investment Window

FP174
Adaptation

Multiple countries

Ecosystem-based Adaptation to increase climate resilience in the Central American Dry Corridor and the Arid Zones of the Dominican Republic

FP152
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Global Subnational Climate Fund (SnCF Global) – Equity

FP151
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Global Subnational Climate Fund (SnCF Global) – Technical Assistance (TA) Facility

FP145
Adaptation

Guatemala

RELIVE – REsilient LIVElihoods of vulnerable smallholder farmers in the Mayan landscapes and the Dry Corridor of Guatemala

FP128
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Arbaro Fund – Sustainable Forestry Fund

FP097
Adaptation

Multiple countries

Productive Investment Initiative for Adaptation to Climate Change (CAMBio II)

FP087
Adaptation

Guatemala

Building livelihood resilience to climate change in the upper basins of Guatemala’s highlands

FP048
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Low Emissions and Climate Resilient Agriculture Risk Sharing Facility

National Designated Authority

Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources
Her Excellency María José Iturbide Flores Primary
Minister
7 Avenida 03-67 Zona 13, Guatemala City, Guatemala
Ms. Anna Cristina Bailey Hernández Primary
Vice Minister of Natural Resources and Climate Change
7 Avenida 03-67 Zona 13, Guatemala City, Guatemala

GCF Team

Cayetano Casado Gomez Guillamon
Regional Manager
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Maria Camila Lopez Gil
Regional Analyst
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Valentina Villoria
Regional Officer
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News + Stories

Mayan youth promoting nature-based solutions for sustainable agriculture in Guatemalan highlands

09 Aug 2023 / A group of 30 young people in San Juan Comalapa, Guatemala, leverages sustainable agriculture and indigenous knowledge to help the local community adapt to climate change. The changing climate is drastically affecting ecosystems in the Guatemalan highlands resulting in hydrological cycle changes, increases in invasive species, and unprecedented effects on agricultural land. These changes are resulting in a lack of employment and an increase in migration, particularly for communities who depend on farming for their livelihoods.

GCF and IDB agreements to help SMEs in Latin America invest in energy efficiency

18 Jan 2019 / GCF and IDB recently signed funding agreements which will enable GCF to channel climate finance to 4 projects in Latin America.

Forests: A cause of climate concern, and hope

15 Aug 2018 / You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.

Forests: A cause of climate concern, and hope

14 Aug 2018 / You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.

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