CIF funding has contributed to over 300 investments in 72 countries, over 3 gigawatts of new renewable energy capacity and 3 million people benefiting from CIF-supported climate resilience measures.
As many as 4 million people die each year due to indoor pollution, such as traditional cookstoves.
The June 2017 Trust Fund Committee Meetings applauded the ongoing facilitation of exchanges between stakeholders around a shared purpose of climate-smart development.
Over 175,000 people rely on Alotau Wharf to access the mainland and essential services.
Head of the CIF, Mafalda Duarte and World Bank Chief Economist (Africa), Albert Zeufack, in conversation about climate finance and climate action on the continent.
These include four key programs that help 72 developing countries pilot low-emissions and climate resilient development.