Spanish International Cooperation Agency (AECID)

ARAUCLIMA is a regional bilateral program based in Costa Rica AECID technical office and launched in 2014 COP20 in Lima. Based on the previous environmental cooperation programme implemented in the region (ARAUCARIA), its new focus is on supporting the efforts of Latin American countries to tackle the adverse effects of climate change and to promote low emissions development strategies. It is implemented through three
instruments: a) funding capacity building projects b) providing technical assistance
though workshops and training activities in coordination with the knowledge management INTERCONECTA programme and c) promoting triangular and south-south cooperation.

See projects in implementation in:

Open to Applications : 
Application Time Frame : 

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


Financing Award : 
Less than 1 million USD
Trustee : 
Cooperación Española
Implementing Entity : 

The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID)

Steps to Access & Application Procedure

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Organizational and Decision Making Structure

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Monitoring and Reporting Procedures

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Co-financing Requirements (if applicable)

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Other Eligibility Criteria Beyond Geography and Income

Not specified

Contact Information

Contact: Daniel Masegoso, AECID
Jesús Molina Vázquez,

Information is only available in Spanish

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