July 2011 to December 2011
The objective is to refine a methodology and conduct a Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (PEIR) that shows how climate change related expenditures are integrated into the national budgetting process, and to provide recommendations for their further integration in budget allocation and execution. The project uses Nepal (led by Neil) and Bangladesh (led by Merylyn) as case studies to test the PEIR methodology.
Resource | November 2012 | Merylyn Hedger and Golam Rabbani
This paper presents a short summary of a country study on Bangladesh, focusing on the current institutional set-up for climate finance and the implications for further refinement and support.Download
Research reports and studies | November 2011 | Neil Bird, Mark O’Donnell, Joyce Lee, Ram Chandra Bhattarai, Rabin Bogati, and Ek Raj Sigdel
This paper examines the public financing component of climate change actions in Nepal, including the role played by communities, civil society, the private sector and international support. The objective of the study has been to develop an appropriate methodology and...Download