The given leaflet provides a brief information about the project "Green Climate Fund Readiness Programme in Uzbekistan", which is implemented jointly by the Center of Hydrometeorological Service under the Ministry of Emergency Situations, UNDP in Uzbekistan and UN Environment.
In deploying its resources, the Green Climate Fund works through a wide range of institutions to finance projects and programmes. To access funding, these institutions should go through a process of accreditation. For details as to what are the requirements for getting accredited and what are the stages in accreditation, please read the given inforgraphic.
Submission and approval of the funding proposals for the GCF is a lengthy process. It begins with development of the project idea and ends with implementation, monitoring and reporting.
The given infographic offers step-by-step explanation to the whole process of submission and approval of funding proposals for the Green Climate Fund in Uzbekistan.
The Green Climate Fund is the largest climate fund in the world and financial mechanism, established under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. What is its main goal? What type of projects and programmes it finances across the world? Who can submit project proposals to the Fund? Answers to these and other questions can be found in our infographic about the Green Climate Fund.