Closing the gap: partnerships between households, grassroots organisations, intermediaries, and providers of finance

COP 27 Resilience Hub
9 November // 12:30 to 14:00


Clare Shakya, IIED
Rosemary Atieno, Co -Founder Women Climate Centers International (WCCI) /Director Community Mobilization for Positive Empowerment-COMPE
Dr. Ainka Granderson, Senior Technical Officer, Caribbean Resources Institute (CANARI)
Dr. Pem Narayan Kandel, Secretary, Ministry of Forests and Environment (MoFE), NEPAL
Martin Kipping, BMZ
Jaxon Love, Paypal
Ann Vaughan, USAID
Charles Mwangi, Head of programs and Research, Pan African Climate Justice Alliance


This session will address both the issues of quality and quantity in finance, asking how we can ensure that pledged funding reaches the poorest and most vulnerable to deliver maximum impact and identifying the barriers to stepping up and providing more adaptation finance (both public and private).

This session will feature a set of short 5 minute presentations from a range of stakeholders on the challenges and opportunities they face in accessing or delivering climate finance. It will include a strong focus on bringing practical examples of good adaptation investments to life building on experience of organisations as well as exchange ideas and solutions on how to improve the coherence and quality of the finance provided.


International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
World Resources Institute (WRI)

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COP 27 Resilience Hub