This Namibia Country Diagnostic was produced as part of the SACFP learning agenda. It highlights the country’s context in terms of climate finance and development priorities, climate finance needs, and ability to access climate finance.
This brief from FCFA provides an overview of future climate change in Malawi, using results from the latest available climate model
simulations. The UMFULA research team has analysed projections from 34 Global Climate Models to distil some key messages and trends for planners and decision-makers in Malawi.
This Lesotho Country Diagnostic was produced as part of the SACFP learning agenda. It highlights the country’s context in terms of climate finance and development priorities, climate finance needs, and ability to access climate finance.
This report, commissioned by CDKN and written by Germanwatch, aims to support the debates in climate finance – from the Adaptation Fund to the Green Climate Fund – by providing insights into the processes of programming climate finance domestically in Africa.
Mobilising Investment for NDC Implementation Factsheet
The Mobilising Investment project, led by SSN, aims to support public actors and the private sector to create favourable conditions for private financing of NDC implementation by incentivising investments and increasing scale of demand. Find out more from the project factsheet.
Future Climate for Africa Guide – Global Climate Models
Climate modelling approaches projecting future changes to the Earth’s climate vary widely, generating different types of dataset. This guide explains why there are so many climate model results, and how to interpret the various ways in which they are presented, in order to understand what models tell us about likely future climate.
The FCFA Mid-Term Conference was held from 4–7 September, 2017, in Cape Town, South Africa. The goal of the conference was for the FCFA community to share and engage critically on research conducted in the first two years of the programme, as well as share a roadmap for the second half of the programme and its legacy.
The Climate Resilient Infrastructure Development Facility (CRIDF) is DFID’s new flagship water infrastructure programme for southern
Africa, which is delivering sustainable smallscale infrastructure across 11 SADC region countries. Read the brochure to find out more.