As of March 31, 2022 the CBIT project portfolio comprises 81 projects amounting to a total of $130.8 million and includes 75 individual country projects, one regional project that covers four countries, and five global projects.
On a rolling basis.
Under Paragraph 84 of the COP decision adopting the Paris Agreement, it was decided to establish “a Capacity-building Initiative for Transparency in order to build institutional and technical capacity, both pre- and post-2020”. Under the Global Environment Facility, the CBIT is proposed to support activities aligned with its aim at the national and regional/global levels.
The Capacity-building Initiative for Transparency (CBIT) will aim:
- To strengthen national institutions for transparency-related activities in line with national priorities;
- To provide relevant tools, training and assistance for meeting the provisions stipulated in Article 13 of the Agreement;
- To assist in the improvement of transparency over time.
The GEF Secretariat will make a dedicated effort to enhance awareness about the CBIT and to encourage countries to access support, including through outreach activities in connection with UNFCCC meetings, GEF Extended Constituency Workshops, National Dialogues, GEF Introduction Seminars, workshops and meetings organized by relevant partner institutions, and other activities.
The Global Environment Facility (GEF)
Co-financing is required.
Proposals will be considered as per the established policies and procedures of the GEF, and the decision will be made by the GEF Council for the full-sized projects and by the GEF CEO for the medium-sized projects.
In line with the Paris Agreement and its decision, all developing country Parties will have access to the CBIT, upon request and according to the available resources.
All developing country Parties have access to the CBIT upon request.