Developing countries require significant financing to support the development and implementation of their national adaptation plan (NAP) processes. This financing is expected to come from a mix of sources, including domestic public finance, international public finance and private finance.
Building on an earlier overview brief on domestic public finance options for NAP processes, this sNAPshot takes a closer look at five county governments in Kenya—Garissa, Isiolo, Kitui, Makueni and Wajir—have established County Climate Change Funds (CCCFs) that identify, prioritize and finance investments to reduce climate risk and achieve adaptation priorities.
Read more in this series
- Domestic Public Finance for Implementation of NAPs
- Albania’s Approach to Integrating Adaptation into Domestic Budgeting
- Funding Adaptation Through Cambodia’s National Budget
Publisher: International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)