Direct Access: Unlocking Adaptation Funding (Self-Paced)
Self-Paced eLearning

Direct Access: Unlocking Adaptation Funding (Self-Paced)

The “Direct Access: Unlock Adaptation Funding” e-learning course is an important tool for capacity building at national and subnational level as it tackles the specific challenges and opportunities associated with the Direct Access Modality and, in particular, the capacity gaps in financial management and fiduciary standards, environmental, social and gender standards and its mitigation factors.

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- Apr 24, 2021

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- Feb 23, 2021
salut, comment faire pour obtenir certains des documents en francais s'il vous plait.


- Jan 14, 2021


- Dec 14, 2020
Hello...I'm Retaj from the Indian Ocean Commission, Mauritius.


- Dec 7, 2020
Nice Course


- Mar 24, 2020
I would like to follow the course


- Mar 24, 2020
I would like to follow the course on AF


- Mar 22, 2020
Clear explanation about different modalities of AF. Thanks.


- Dec 22, 2019


- Dec 11, 2019
BANYURA MBONA MULAMBA REMY was born in BUKAVU, on May 20, 1972, and holds a bachelor's degree in negotiation sciences and international relations from the University of Kinshasa. He has ten years of experience in managing the organization with the possibility of multiple tasks. He specializes in the design of REDD projects in the sustainable management of forests in the Congo Basin Countries, trained by the World Bank and COMIFAC. He worked as a REDD Facilitator at Thematic Coordination 7, during the design of the National REDD+/DRC framework strategy. He is Mashaw fellowship specialist in "social entrepreneurship" from International Golder Meir centre, Haifa, Israel and holds a certificate as a climate scientist from OLC/WB; holder of a certificate in Greening Economics from Lund University, carrying a certificate in Mitigation Action Plans and Scenarios, (MAPS). Holder of a Certificate of Specialist in Biodiversity Finance from UNDP, online courses, he speaks French and English, he living with disability.
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