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Public spending on climate change in Africa: Experiences from Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda

Chapter 11 of this report, ‘Lessons for institutional strengthening’, is on lessons learnt from the four study countries that point the way towards institutional pathways for effective climate change finance delivery in Africa. Six cross-cutting lessons were identified from the institutional analysis made in each of the country studies: 1) reforming the institutional framework in response to climate change; 2) establishing clarity over institutional mandates; 3) strengthening the programming of climate change actions; 4) ensuring adequate allocation of human resources; 5) delineating environmental and climate change programs; and 6) recognizing the central role of finance ministries in climate change finance delivery.

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