This case study captures emerging trends in adaptation-directed microfinance in Tajikistan. Microfinance is a critical enabler of climate resilience because it provides communities with direct access to the financial resources they require to address their most pressing needs. The findings in this case study have emerged from a variety of country interventions funded by the Climate Investment Funds’ (CIF) Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR).
This brief is part of the PPCR Knowledge for Resilience Series. The Series aims to share the lessons learned by countries implementing projects under the CIF’s PPCR.
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Organization: CIF, Oxford Policy Management, OneWorld
Topics: Agriculture and Food, Energy, Environment, Finance, Adaptation, Green Jobs/Economy, Financial Mechanisms
Publication date: 2018