The National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes underway in a growing number of developing countries require significant funding that is expected to come from a mix of sources, including domestic public finance, international public finance and private finance.
Building on an overview brief on domestic public finance options for NAP processes, this sNAPshot takes a closer look at how Cambodia is funding adaptation action through its national budget. It demonstrates how the allocation of public finance can support the integration of adaptation priorities into national programs and help ensure the predictability of financial resources available to implement these priorities.
Read more in this series
- Domestic Public Finance for Implementation of NAPs
- Albania’s Approach to Integrating Adaptation into Domestic Budgeting
- Kenya’s County Climate Change Funds
Publisher: International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)