A Green Climate Fund program that all Philippine sectors can call their own
Non-governmental organizations reviewed the proposed Philippine program of the Green Climate Fund and shared their climate priorities.
In the past few months, the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Philippines in partnership with the Climate Change Commission and the United Nations Development Programme, consulted key people in various non-governmental organizations as part of development of the Philippine country program for the Green Climate Fund.
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