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Unlocking Climate Finance for Developing Countries

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  • Learn about CFAN's global impact

    In CFAN’s first ever impact report, discover how CFAN’s mission to mobilize climate finance has translated into impact on the ground – illustrated through project numbers and details, case studies, member spotlights and testimonials.

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  • Training 2024

    CFAN’s inaugural training program in the Caribbean has launched!

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  • Explore where we work

    CFAN is live in the Pacific and Caribbean – use our maps to see where we’re active, and click through country pages to explore project pipelines and how advisors are mobilizing finance for climate resilience.

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Building a network of hyper-local, highly-trained climate advisors.

Our network of financial advisors helps developing countries access funding where it’s most difficult to secure. Our advisors are core to the CFAN solution – that’s why we invest in their success by providing state-of-the-art training that’s region-tailored and rooted in real cases.

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  • “Our goal at CFAN is to build lasting capacity. We take a practical approach to addressing the climate challenge, one that is driven by country priorities and fundamentally people-centered. In this effort to unlock climate finance, our advisors are the tip of the spear.”

    Laetitia De Marez

    CFAN Director

  • “Having worked extensively with the Solomon Islands government, I know from experience how hard it is for developing nations to get critical finance for climate resilience. Through CFAN, I now feel ready to help these countries unlock the support they need.”

    Walter Malau

    CFAN Advisor for the Solomon Islands, Samoa, and Tuvalu

  • “Small island nations are on the front lines of climate change. Targeting capacity building in the Pacific was critical for Canada as an initial step to further accelerating global action on climate change. Canada remains steadfast in its commitment to work with other global leaders in order to tackle climate change, deliver both capital and capacity where it’s needed most, and contribute to improving the well-being of people across developing countries.”

    Joanne Lemay

    High Commissioner of Canada to New Zealand

  • Shelveen Kumar

    “My experience working in Fiji has made clear the challenges island nations are up against, such as securing and structuring finance for climate investments. The CFAN training — in particular project design and finance fundamentals — has been designed to help us navigate these challenges."

    Shelveen Kumar

    CFAN Advisor for Fiji

  • “We continue to face an uphill battle in accessing climate financing. This innovative solution will help [the Federated States of Micronesia] to mobilise more climate funds to implement our updated NDC and climate adaptation priorities, and at the same time to build local capacity.”

    Eugene Amor

    Secretary of the Department of Finance & Administration, Federated States of Micronesia

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