Wednesday, Jan 29. at 10 am CET.
In response to climate change, global climate finance flows are expected to increase significantly in the short and medium term, also for the water sector.
In short, this means new international money flows – new institutional structures – new players – unclear accountability paths -> new integrity risks?!
We need to get a better understanding of this new financing landscape to ensure sustainability of water sector developments. Join us to learn from the experiences of the Green Climate Fund and the Ugandan Ministry of Water at our with GIZ.
What’s on the programme?
- Insights and findings from our Policy Brief on opportunities and risks and providing specific recommendations on strengthening anti-corruption efforts in the water sector in the context of climate finance
- Concrete experiences from the Ugandan Ministry of Water and Environment
- Archi Rastogi Ph.D, Universalia Management Group and Green Climate Fund Evaluation Unit
- James Kaweesi, Ministry of Water and Environment, Uganda