Please can you clarify this for me.
Thank you for your question regarding the services that the Intra-ACP GCCA Programme offers.
Please find the response below, including information on who can apply and how to access such services.
Please contact me should you require further information.
The Intra-ACP GCCA Programme has a strong focus on improving the understanding of the effects of climate change and contributing to adaptation and mitigation responses.
Through a dedicated Climate Support Facility (CSF), the Intra-ACP Programme provides services aimed to support ACP national and regional institutions, government agencies, NGOs, CSOs, Universities and the private sector in ACP countries on the design and implementation of climate-relevant policies, strategies or interventions.
The technical assistance should contribute to an ongoing programme or project at the national or regional level. The result should be a tangible step forward in that programme or project.
Expertise is available to help with:
Training can be on a number of thematic areas including climate change mainstreaming and climate financing.
The technical assistance must relate to one or more of the 5 GCCA priority areas. These priority areas include:
This support is easy to apply for and open to the public or private sector organisations, NGOs, CSOs, and Universities in an ACP Countries.
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