This course provides a detailed overview of the information needed when developing a SAP funding proposal with explanations of a number of key topics provided by GCF experts.
The BaD Lab Toolbox has been designed to synthesize evidence and develop guidance on the application of behavioural science in GCF projects.
This online training will explore in-depth the design, operations, and roles of Grievance Redress Mechanisms including interactive exercises, exemplary cases and additional useful material for accountability practitioners.
The GCF Board has set guidance on some of the functions and actions of NDAs or Focal Points and their strategic roles in enhancing country ownership. This course will equip participants with information about the strategic roles of NDAs, and how they can be fulfilled.
This theory of change (ToC) development training aims to foster consistent and greater understanding of GCF-specific requirements for the development of the ToC in funding proposals and readiness grant proposals submitted to GCF. Ultimately, the training will enable partners to produce high-quality ToCs that are central to project and grants design. The training also provides guidance on participatory consultations and workshops when developing the ToC.
Gender mainstreaming is central to GCF’s objectives and guiding principles, including through engaging women and men of all ages as stakeholders in the design, development, and implementation of strategies and activities to be financed. This training course is to provide participants with a better understanding of the importance of gender-responsive approaches to National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) and to equip them with the tools and knowledge needed to integrate gender considerations into their proposal preparation process. Photo: Lopez Rello/UNDP
To improve the monitoring and management functions of the Green Climate Fund (GCF)’s portfolio implementation and climate results, its Division of Portfolio Management (DPM) and ICT have developed the Portfolio Performance Management System (PPMS). To support the internal and external PPMS users in using the PPMS – including Accredited Entities for Funded Activities and National Designated Authorities and Delivery Partners for the Readiness programme – DPM provides tutorial videos and user guides on GCF’s iLearn platform. The tutorial videos and user guides will provide step-by-step guidance on navigating and using the various PPMS modules, e.g., report and disbursement request modules.
This training is about Readiness Results Management Framework (RRMF). Following an explanatory Module 0 there are 2 content-based Modules divided into separate sessions. Accompanying these modules is a downloadable package of materials, which are listed at the end of Module 0.
The estimated time needed to complete this training is 120 minutes.
The objective of this training course on logical framework development is to offer a comprehensive understanding of designing a logical framework for GCF projects and/or programs under the Integrated Results Management Framework (IRMF). It encompasses both universal and GCF-specific requirements for developing a logical framework in funding proposals submitted to GCF. The training is designed in a participatory and self-paced format, supplemented with quizzes and real case examples. Partners will gain a better understanding of the GCF logical framework and become adept at constructing high-quality logical frameworks.
This virtual design workshop is designed to support selected GCF-funded projects, accredited entities, project managers, and M&E teams to measure the impact of their projects. This virtual engagement is taking place during August 30 – November 5, 2021.