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This evaluation focuses on the international climate finance provided by the Belgian federal government during the period 2013 to 2019. Without advocating what an equitable Belgian contribution to climate finance should be, the evaluation examines the framework (regulatory, policy and operational), channels and instruments used to implement the objectives of federal climate finance.
A series of key interventions were selected for in-depth case studies in Burkina Faso, Niger, Rwanda and Vietnam, as well as in Senegal and Tanzania where field missions took place.
The Belgian climate related Development Cooperation covers a wide range of sectors including agriculture, education, energy, environment, governance, health, humanitarian aid, water & sanitation, and sustainable cities.