Republic of Uganda

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No. of projects

 

Total GCF financing

 

No. of Readiness activities

 

Readiness support approved

 

Readiness support disbursed

 

Projects

FP220
Adaptation

Multiple countries

Africa Rural Climate Adaptation Finance Mechanism (ARCAFIM) for East Africa region

FP211
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Hardest-to-Reach

FP210
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

KawiSafi II

FP190
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Climate Investor Two

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

FP148
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Participation in Energy Access Relief Facility ("EARF")

FP128
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Arbaro Fund – Sustainable Forestry Fund

FP099
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Climate Investor One

FP095
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Transforming Financial Systems for Climate

FP078
Adaptation

Multiple countries

Acumen Resilient Agriculture Fund (ARAF)

FP034
Adaptation

Uganda

Building Resilient Communities, Wetland Ecosystems and Associated Catchments in Uganda

FP027
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Universal Green Energy Access Programme (UGEAP)

National Designated Authority

GCF Team

Chihenyo Kangara
Regional Manager
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Sun Cho
Regional Officer
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Junghwan Yoo
Regional Analyst
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News + Stories

Farmerline: Empowering smallholder farmers and governments to create climate-resilient agribusinesses

04 Jun 2024 / The impact of climate change is impacting all sectors, with agriculture being particularly vulnerable, and a significant contributor to its exacerbation at the same time. The agricultural sector alone is indeed responsible for 19 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions, totalling 9.9 billion tons of CO2e annually.    Agriculture is a major industry in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda, with up to 80 percent of farmland managed by smallholder farmers, who are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, with wide-ranging supply chain impacts. 

How can climate action balance the needs of nature and people?

21 Jan 2020 / Efforts to protect ecosystems must also take into account global development goals intended to lift people out of poverty. A difficult past has taught young Ugandan beekeeper Shildah Nabimanya the importance of protecting ecosystems.

Preserving wetlands in Uganda

30 Nov 2019 / Preserving wetlands is key to fighting climate change. In Uganda, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) works with UNDP, to empower communities to restore ecosystems while protecting their livelihoods.

Building climate resilience for Uganda's wetlands

08 Nov 2019 / GCF is working with UNDP to bolster Uganda's climate resilience by helping to keep its wetland ecosystems intact.

Using ecosystems to counter climate crisis only natural

08 Nov 2019 / Creating a virtuous circle, it is possible to enhance climate resilience by protecting ecosystems. But we cannot forget the place of people, especially those who are poor, in devising nature-based climate solutions. That is why the Green Climate Fund (GCF) is supporting climate action that balances land use and nature by protecting ecosystems in ways that also boost people’s livelihoods. One example is in Uganda.

Wetlands give life: Preserving Uganda's wetlands secures a brighter future for country and planet

02 Feb 2019 / Wetlands are an important natural buffer in mitigating, forestalling, and adapting to climate change. By absorbing and storing carbon, wetlands reduce floods, relieve droughts, minimise storm surges, and protect coastlines.

Forests: A cause of climate concern, and hope

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

Acumen and GCF sign agreement to implement its first approved project proposal, bringing household solar energy to East Africa

04 Aug 2016 / GCF and Acumen Fund today signed an agreement enabling the disbursement of funds to implement the first approved project proposal from Acumen, making it the first GCF project to move to this stage.

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