The 34th meeting of the GCF Board is set to get underway in the Republic of Korea from October 17-20

  • Article type News update
  • Publication date 14 Oct 2022

The meeting will be the fourth and final of 2022 and will take place in person, in Incheon, Republic of Korea.

There are nine funding proposals under consideration for projects in Vanuatu, Barbados, Peru, Indonesia, and Guinea-Bissau as well as multi-country projects including countries that span across Latin America, Eastern Europe, the Caribbean, Asia and Africa. Further details of the funding proposals under consideration are available on the GCF website.

In addition to the consideration of funding proposals and the approval of accreditation proposals, the four-day meeting will involve discussions on the accreditation strategy; a report on the process for GCF’s second replenishment; discussions on GCF’s updated strategic plan; a report on the summary findings of the Independent Evaluation Unit’s Second Performance Review of GCF; and the Secretariat work programme and budget for 2023. There will also be updates on the status of GCF resources, pipeline, and portfolio performance. Full details of the agenda are available on the GCF website.

The 24 GCF Board members and their alternates are drawn equally from developed and developing countries. 

See the Boardroom section to find out more about the GCF Board, where you can also follow the proceedings via the live stream.