With the Paris Agreement in force, 2016 will be remembered as a landmark year for climate action. For the $8.3 billion CIF, this year is also notable for the progress made and results delivered by its four funds.
Cambodia wants at least 70% of all households to have access to grid power by 2030; up from the current level of about 59%.
The Dedicated Grant Mechanism (DGM) for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities empowers forest-dependent communities to design and implement forestry policies in line with their own interests.
Cambodia and Myanmar, both rapidly growing Southeast Asian countries, have set ambitious electrification targets.
Making climate-vulnerable sectors more resilient is critical to reducing the negative economic and social impacts of climate change.
These include four key programs that help 72 developing countries pilot low-emissions and climate resilient development.