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Introduction to the identification and stages of project preparation for the development of local projects resilient to climate change

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While central governments currently account for 80% of infrastructure funding, public finances alone will not be able to fill a growing funding gap for green and climate-smart infrastructure, estimated at $210 billion per year by 2030. At the same time, there are a multitude of public and private investors looking for investment opportunities in green and climate resilient cities. 

In this context, this training programme on financing gender-sensitive adaptation organised in the context of the BRIDGE project, aims to strengthen the capacities of FEICOM’s staff and other knowledge brokers in the planning, preparation and prioritisation of local climate change adaptation and gender-sensitive projects, and in understanding the financial ecosystem to move climate finance to local actors and projects. This first training programme is free, running from May to August 2024 and requires about 4 hours per month for participants.

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