Project funding

Advancing short-lived climate pollutant action around the world

Through the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) Trust Fund, we fund projects in developing countries to enable actions that deliver climate, air quality and development benefits. Our project funding is split between national policy development and implementation of mitigation measures. 

The CCAC funds projects at country, multi-country, and regional levels through implementing partners, which include intergovernmental organisations, non-governmental organisations, UN agencies, and government entities. Our projects are developed through a consultative process with our partners and members of our extended Hub networks to ensure alignment with our 2030 Strategy and our partners’ objectives.  

CCAC-funded paddy rice workshop in Bangladesh.

project portfolio

The CCAC helps advance mitigation efforts around the globe. Our projects include training government extension workers on climate-smart agriculture practices, supporting industry to demonstrate climate-friendly cooling equipment, and helping governments develop and implement national short-lived climate pollutant action plans, among others. 

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CCAC projects around the world

Select a country for a closer look at CCAC funding in action. 

Farmers using biogas cookstove

Our results

Discover the CCAC's impact around the world. Follow our project implemention progress, the individual achievements of our partners, and our efforts to advance action on short-lived climate pollutants in international forums.

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Through our funded projects and actions by our partners, the CCAC has raised awareness and political will to reduce short-lived climate pollutants across economic sectors and around the world.  See more results

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countries supported


national SLCP plans developed


with SLCPs in their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)


The CCAC issues calls for expressions of interest to identify projects to support countries’ needs and objectives and holds competitive calls for proposals to select suitable implementing partners.  

A committee of technical evaluators scores submitted proposals against a set of criteria to establish potential partners’ technical capacity to deliver results, as well as their governance, management, financial, and administrative capacities. Selected implementing partners are those that score highest during proposal evaluation. 

CCAC-funded project to reduce emissions from gas flaring. Photo by Clearstone Engineering
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Applicant resources

Learn about the steps and procedures you will need to follow once you are ready to apply for CCAC funding. 

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