Locally Led Climate Action in Kenya

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Locally Led Climate Action in Kenya

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In Kenya, the World Bank, Denmark, and Sweden have been collaborating with the Government to translate Kenya’s ambitious climate agenda into scaled-up action on the ground. Join us for the global launch of the Financing Locally Led Climate Action Program (FLLoCA), the first national model of devolved climate finance, which supports partnerships between government and citizens to identify and invest in solutions to address climate change.

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00:00 Welcome! COP26: Locally Led Climate Action in Kenya
03:00 Principles and practices to support locally-led climate action
09:53 Kenya: partnering with communities on identifying solutions for climate resilience
16:41 Cross-agency collaboration and vertical linkages from community level up to national level
23:34 Denmark and its support for the Principles of Locally Led Climate Action
25:18 Promoting climate action in Kenya
32:53 Challenges and priorities for the Financing Locally Led Climate Action Program
37:40 Closing remarks on the first national scale model of devolved climate finance

 

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Liam Mullins

Hello and welcome to today’s event on Locally Led Climate Action in Kenya, which will be coming to you live from the MDB Pavilion at COP26 in Glasgow. The event will begin shortly at 1:15 PM EST / 6:15 PM GMT / 9:15 PM EAT.
Mon, 11/08/2021 - 13:00
Liam Mullins

We are delighted to be joined by the Governments of Kenya, Sweden, and Denmark for the launch of Financing Locally Led Climate Action Program (FLLoCA). This program is the first national model of devolved climate finance, which supports partnerships between government and citizens to identify and invest in solutions to address climate change. More here.
Mon, 11/08/2021 - 13:13
Liam Mullins

Today’s session will be moderated by Clare Shakya, Director for Climate Change at the International Institute on Environment and Development (IIED).
Mon, 11/08/2021 - 13:14
Liam Mullins

We are live now! Welcome from wherever you may be joining us today.
Mon, 11/08/2021 - 13:15
Liam Mullins

Did you know? Ninety percent of program funding from FLLoCA will be spent at county and community levels to ensure that support for climate resilience reaches those most at risk, including women, youth, persons with disabilities, elders, and other traditionally marginalized groups.
Mon, 11/08/2021 - 13:18

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