Where is CFAN Working Now?

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Meet the Regional Technical Lead for the Pacific

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By cultivating a community of highly skilled and embedded climate finance advisors, CFAN aims to unlock access to climate finance at scale in developing countries. CFAN advisors are hired locally and work in countries for up to two years on a tailored mandate co-developed by host countries and CFAN, focusing on project finance and design.

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Meet Solomon Islands's Advisor

Coming soon!    

Background:

The two CFAN advisors who will be supporting across Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu are in the process of being recruited and will be announced soon. 

Projects: 

These advisors will be deployed remotely in the focal ministries in Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu  with a targeted mandate to access international and domestic sources of public and private finance, and to structure finance for investment in their host country’s priority mitigation and adaptation projects.   

Specific Delivery for Solomon Islands, Ministry of Finance and Treasury  
  • Review NDC and NAPA priority sectors for climate change investment and turn priorities into project concepts to be included in the GCF Country Program.  
  • Provide technical support and inputs to the Ministry of Finance and Treasury to develop a GCF readiness proposal to address the gaps identified in the Financial Management Capacity Assessment (FMCA).  
  • Support local capacity (relevant government ministries) to develop project proposals, project pipeline and identify relevant international funding sources.  
  • Support and provide inputs and technical expertise to the development of the medium-term plan (1-5 year) for the Climate Finance Resilience Unit in the Ministry of Finance and Treasury.  

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