Accessing climate finance remains a challenge for developing and less developed countries. To cover the costs of mitigation actions, countries tap into national public funds, international public finance, and private sector investments. However, the level of success in accessing finance continues to be low.

In line with growing relevance in the post-Paris climate landscape, the number of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) recorded in the NAMA Database continues to increase. At the same time, securing funding for implementation remains a key obstacle: only 8.5% of the NAMAs have obtained implementation funding.