GRANT FACILITIES INFORMATION

  • Description
  • Priorities and Eligibility
  • Contacts
  • Grievance Mechanism

The grant facilities are managed by the Climate Change Department, as Secretariat of the National Climate Change Committee, and supported by the Cambodia Climate Change Alliance (CCCA) programme.

The grant facilities aim to support the implementation of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) 2014-23, by providing support for catalytic initiatives that will help leverage the required human, institutional and financial resources in the various sectors of the climate change response.

Between 2011 and 2014, 20 demonstration projects led by Government agencies, universities and NGOs have been financed under two separate calls for proposals, for a total value of over USD 6 million.

 

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All grants should contribute to the implementation of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) 2014-23. Detailed priorities and eligibility criteria are specified in the grant application guidelines for each call for proposals.

Grant window 1 is designed for government ministries and agencies with an approved Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP).

Grant window 2 is designed for government ministries and agencies with a coordination role for climate finance. The total fund available for this window is estimated at USD 400,000.

Grant window 3 is designed for research and innovation activities, opened to governmental and non-governmental organizations. Through a competitive process, eight applicants whose concept notes were selected for full proposal development.

Please find below the relevant application guidelines:

 

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For any further information on the grant facility, please contactThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; or contact the Department of Climate Change.

c/o Ministry of Environment, No. 503, Road along Bassac River, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamka Mon, Phnom Penh.

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Beneficiaries of projects managed by the National Council for Sustainable Development/Department of Climate Change (NCSD/DCC) may register any complaints about the impacts of the project through the following grievance mechanism:

Step 1: Report the complaint directly to the entity managing the concerned project;

Step 2: If this is not possible or if a satisfactory answer is not received within one month, report the complaint directly to NCSD through the following channels:

a.By phone at : 023 640 3833

b.By email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

NCSD/DCC Management is committed to providing a response to any complaints within one month.

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Priorities and Eligibility

All grants should contribute to the implementation of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) 2014-23. Detailed priorities and eligibility criteria are specified in the grant application guidelines for each call for proposals.

Grant window 1 is designed for government ministries and agencies with an approved Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP).

Grant window 2 is designed for government ministries and agencies with a coordination role for climate finance. The total fund available for this window is estimated at USD 400,000.

Grant window 3 is designed for research and innovation activities, opened to governmental and non-governmental organizations. Through a competitive process, eight applicants whose concept notes were selected for full proposal development.

Please find below the relevant application guidelines:

 

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The CCCA is implemented by the Ministry of Environment and support by these partners

Cambodia Climate Change Alliance