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Kenya County Climate Change Fund Mechanism

The video describes how the county climate change fund mechanism works. The mechanism is a community-driven and bottom-up planning tool; it is anchored within and supportive of devolution; focuses on public goods investment and inclusion of all social groups

Changing lives through the Devolved Climate Finance - the case of Wajir county CCCF Mechanism

The Wajir County Climate Change Act 2016 established the County Climate Change Fund (CCCF) mechanism that finances public good investment for improved resilience. The investments are prioritized by communities through the ward climate change planning committees. The video showcases how the CCCF mechanism has been improved community lives.

Masue: The Makueni Bare Rock

Masue Rock catchment is one of the 15 County Climate Change Fund (CCCF) projects in Makueni, that has helped communities adapt to climate change through sustainable rain water harvesting and storing it in large tanks for fetching by communities . Prior to the construction of the embarkment, the rock was known to mete massive destruction during rainy season as hundreds of litres of water flow down the huge stone.

Devolution and Resilience

Devolution and Resilience

Decentralising Climate Funds in Mali, Senegal, Kenya and Tanzania

Decentralising Climate Funds (DCF) is an action-research and advocacy project supporting communities in Senegal, Mali, Kenya, and Tanzania to become more resilient to climate change through access to locally-controlled adaptation funds. In Mali and Senegal the project is implemented by the Near East Foundation (NEF) with Innovation, Environnement et Développement en Afrique (IED Afrique) and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) as part of the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) programme. In Kenya technical assistance is provided by the Adaptation Consortium (ADA) and IIED under the programme Strengthening Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change in Kenya Plus (StARCK+). In Tanzania technical assistance is provided by the Local Climate Adaptive Living Facility of the UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF-LoCAL) and IIED under the Assisting Institutions and Markets 4 Resilience (Aim 4 Resilience) programme. All four programmes are funded by the UK government.