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IIED CBA12 Conference Local experience driving climate action, Malawi (deadline: 1st June 2018)

Malawi will host this year's CBA event in June as experts in locally-driven action that addresses climate challenges share innovation and how to get climate finance behind what works over four days.
When Jun 11, 2018 09:00 AM to
Jun 14, 2018 06:00 PM
Where Lilongwe, Malawi
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Conference objective

International Institute for Environment and DevelopmentThe overarching aim is to achieve inclusive, meaningful community engagement in decision making, in ways that enable opportunities for gender-transformative outcomes, in particular:

  • Showcase lived experiences, tools and examples in the CBA market place
  • Put forward and discuss burning issues around key themes in the open space
  • Exchange knowledge and share expertise in the skills clinics on topics such as monitoring & evaluation, accessing climate finance, developing proposals, communications, and more
  • Build pitches with climate investors for innovative finance for locally driven climate adaptation; decentralised climate finance programmes; and adaptation technology investments.

Conference programme

The programme will include two days of workshops, followed by two days of multi-stakeholder dialogues.

Days one and two will bring practitioners together under three workstreams:

  • Transforming 'lived experience' and local knowledge into evidence that drives better policies and investments
  • Building a shared understanding of effective devolved climate finance, and
  • Innovating in applying adaptation technology.

Target audience

Researchers, practitioners. Policymakers and investors will join for the multi-stakeholder dialogues on days three and four to discuss: how to propose and plan locally-driven climate investments; the enabling environment needed for scaling-out and up; and ways to further strengthen our community of practice.

 

Conference participants will require a Malawi visa.

 

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