Adaptation to Climate Change in the Health Sector

German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

The global programme “Adaptation to Climate Change in the Health Sector” is implemented by the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). It supports the development of innovative climate change adaptation measures for the health sector and promotes national and international discourse on health related issues of climate change.
In Cambodia, Burundi, Malawi and the Philippines pilot projects together with partners are implemented with concrete adaptation measures at national and local level. The generated experiences and lessons learnt furnish the programme’s technical input at the national and international policy level.

Open to Applications : 
No
Application Time Frame : 

Not applicable

Climate Objective : 
Adaptation
Administrator Type : 
National Government Entity
Financial Instruments Offered : 
Not Applicable
Direct Access : 
Not Applicable
Fund Size : 

EUR 6.7 million (2013-2017)

Financing Award : 
Not Applicable
Trustee : 
Not applicable
Implementing Entity : 

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Steps to Access & Application Procedure

Not applicable

Organizational and Decision Making Structure

Not specified

Monitoring and Reporting Procedures

The project is subject to international reporting processes as the OECD/DAC-criteria or the indicator and monitoring framework for the SDGs, according to which implementing entities report to the German government. Furthermore, the performance of German development cooperation is evaluated independently by the German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval).

Co-financing Requirements (if applicable)

Not applicable

Other Eligibility Criteria Beyond Geography and Income

Not applicable

Contact Information

https://www.giz.de/fachexpertise/downloads/giz2016-0062en-health-climate-change.pdf
Last Updated : 
21.06.17