Enhancing Climate Finance Transparency
EMLI in partnership with CARE International in Uganda is implementing a second phase of the Finance Tracking Project titled Enhancing Finance Trasparency. The project is envisaged to promote Climate Finance Transparency and Accountability in Uganda. The project is funded to a tune of UGX 120 Million for the period of May - November 2020.
Transparency and accountability on climate finance promoted through generated data on climate finance received in the period 2017-2019.
Enhanced capacity of state and non-state actors on climate mitigation, adaptation, finance tracking issues and disaster risk screening.
CSO input in national reporting such as Third National Communicaion Report and NDC update process.
Effectiveness of gender integration in climate related projects established
The overall objective of the project is to promote climate finance transparency and accountability in Uganda.
- To ascertain the level of climate financial flows to Uganda from 2017-2019 in context of low greenhouse gas emission and climate-resilient development;
- To provide platform for non-state actors consultations on various national reporting obligations;
- To build the capacity of selected actors in climate and disaster risk screening.
Project partners and stakeholdes
CARE International in Uganda, National Planning Authority, Climate Change Department of the Ministry of Water and Environment, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Parliamentary Forum on Climate Change, Office of the Prime Minister, Selected Local Governments, Climate Action Network-Uganda, Environment and Natural Resources-CSOs, Pan African Justice Climate Alliance (PACJA), Climate Change Learning Alliance, Academia, Private Sector Foundation Uganda and Media.