This report is part of an international pilot project on climate adaptation finance tracking.

The project engaged civil society organisations in 6 developing countries (Ghana, Uganda, Ethiopia, Nepal, Vietnam, and Philippines) to assess multilateral and bilateral international support for climate change adaptation.

In Uganda the study was initiated by CARE and led and coordinated by Environmental Management for  Livelihood Improvement Bwaise Facility.

The project aimed to assess if multilateral and bilateral donors’ reporting of adaptation finance is reliable, in the sense that the amounts reported are reasonably accurate, through the assessment of 21 projects between 2013-2017 including the 10 largest received over the period.

The project further investigated if the supported adaptation activities are targeting the poorest and most climate vulnerable parts of the population, and if the activities are gender sensitive.

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Climate Finance Adaptation Study Report – Uganda