This paper explains the opportunities and challenges of direct access modality in developing countries like Nepal and proposes a way forward to maximize the opportunity.
This guide is a useful tool for accreditation to GCF with a major focus on the private sectors of Nepal.
This knowledge product is an infographic on how to access the Green Climate Fund (GCF) by developing countries like Nepal. The process of accreditation of National Implementing entities (NIEs) to GCF and potential NIEs of Nepal are highlighted.
This brief has shed light on Green Climate Fund (GCF), one of the multilateral financial entities that was established at the Conference of the Parties (COP) 16 by 194 governments, and is guided by the principles and provisions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
A brief paper that covers aspects of climate finance, its key stakeholders, as well as the opportunities of and challenges in accessing these funds.
The unofficial translation of Paris Agreement in Nepali is available in the link below.