The Inclusive Budgeting and Financing for Climate Change in Africa programme (IBFCCA) is working to build climate-resilient societies in Africa through instituting pro-poor gender-responsive public climate finance systems. Funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), the four implementing partners (CABRI, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the International Budget Partnership (IBP)) are providing support for the mobilisation of the wider national and local budgetary process involving government, legislatures, development partners and civil society. In the first Peer- Learning and Exchange in February 2021, CABRI brought together 45 officials from 17 countries in Africa7 to share experiences on how to integrate climate change into public financial management (PFM) systems. This Policy Brief summarises some of the key takeaways from the two days of rich presentations and discussions.
Year: 2021 Theme: Publications, Inclusive Budgeting and Financing for Climate Change in Africa Language: English