Part of the Local programme, CCFT aims at strengthening the capacity of local stakeholders to formalize resilient urban projects and mobilize financial resources for their implementation.
Through 3 complementary workshops, it provides the required tools to create an enabling environment for funding the fight against climate change and the transition to a low-carbon economy. The next session will be held in September in Rabat and the final one during the COP22 in Marrakech.
The first workshop focused on raising awareness on the impacts of climate change at the local level. It gathered over 50 participants representing about 30 local authorities from Morocco and Tunisia and attracted over 20 speakers from the Mediterranean area.
“Working together with diverse cities and experts on the funding mechanisms of projects is good to build our competences” said one of the participants.
CCFT receives support from Climate KIC and GIZ.
The next CCFT workshop takes place in Rabat on 21 and 22 September. For a programme outline and other details, please have a look here.
For general details on Cities Climate Finance Training and to get in touch, please have a look here.