Countries have already started developing INFFs and implementing activities within the four INFF building blocks. While the critical components of an INFF remain the same, implementation of these components looks different in each country, reflecting the country’s unique capacities, priorities, vulnerabilities and strengths.
Click on a country to learn more about how INFFs are being implemented in different contexts and connect with INFF stakeholders around the globe.
The INFF Knowledge Platform is a space to showcase country progress and build a repository of all INFF activities that are being implemented around the world. By sharing country experiences, lessons learned and best practices, we hope to provide valuable country-generated knowledge to other countries developing INFFs in similar contexts.
All countries are encouraged to submit country case studies, experiences, best practice examples, resources and tools from their INFF to the Knowledge Platform.Share your INNF experience
Investing in young people has high social returns and will accelerate the realisation of the SDGs. Through its INFF, Colombia is designing financing mechanisms and strategies to optimise public...
Government leaders from Rwanda and Gabon shared their experience in using INFFs to channel more finance towards NDCs on the sidelines of COP27.
Senior government leaders from Bangladesh, Gabon and Rwanda will share their experiences using INFF processes to mobilise finance for their NDCs.
12 November 2022
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
INFF Facility, UNDP Climate Promise