Access to climate finance by African cities and territories

In April 2017, United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa – brings together 40 national associations of local authorities from all regions of Africa, as well as 2000 cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants.) UCLGA represents no less than 350 million Of African citizens) and ENERGIES 2050 signed a protocol aimed at strengthening the capacity of African cities and territories to combat climate change and sustainable urban development in Africa.

The first part of this partnership is to accompany the African cities and territories in access to climate finance and in particular the Green Climate Fund.

Following the Reflection workshop on the access of local and regional authorities in Africa to Climate Finance, held at the premises of UCLG Africa on 7 April 2017 in Rabat (Morocco), a concept note strategy and a Call to Expressions of interest were drafted for widespread dissemination.

The main objective of this call is to identify and mobilize the stakeholders of local and regional authorities in Africa (communities, states, associations, NGOs, etc.) with a view to forming an international coalition of actors Committed to supporting African cities and territories to access Climate Finance, in particular the Green Climate Fund.

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