This e-learning course provides an introduction to financing frameworks for resilient growth. Financing frameworks are a means to mainstream climate change into public budgets and planning. It is divided into eight modules each of which will take 2 hours (on average) to complete. A short quiz at the end of each module allows you to evaluate if you have gained an understanding of the content. You will need to complete these exercises at the end of each module to move onto the next one. Once all eight modules have been completed individually, you will receive a course completion record.
• Users will gain a deep understanding of key concepts of climate financing
• Users will be able to translate tools provided in the course in their planning and budgeting
• Through a demonstration of various Financing Frameworks for Resilient Growth (FFRG) across regional scenarios, the course will enable context-specific understanding of climate financing
• Users will learn from various key stakeholders across South Asia, through videos embedded in each module, contributing to enhanced learning
• Users will be able to download various learning materials in addition to the modules to further their understanding of FFRGs.
This training is targeted at government officials, policymakers, development planners, climate change practitioners and all those interested in seeing Climate Change mainstreamed into public planning and budgeting.
These can include participants from academia, NGOs, as well as from ministries of environment and climate change, and ministries of finance; but more generally all sectors affected by climate change and all entities involved with development planning. We shall learn more in this course about how to identify them.
Format and Learning Modules
• Module 1: Course Overview & Introduction to Financing Frameworks for Resilient Growth:
• Module 2: The impacts of climate change and benefits of adaptation:
• Module 3: Climate change appraisal and budget scoring:
• Module 4: Developing credible financing scenarios:
• Module 5: Computing the Adaptation Gap:
• Module 6: How to mobilize funding for Adaptation:
• Module 7: How to Include FFRG into the NAP process & SDG reporting as well as sub-national planning:
• Module 8: Obstacles, pitfalls, and politics: how to implement FFRG: