This Training Handbook on climate finance for state and non-state actors enhances transparency of the climate finance support needed and received through international and national sources with the objective to improve management and tracking of climate finance from public and private sources.

The Training Handbook introduces the learner to climate change and presents the historical background of climate financing, sources and the governance structure of climate finance. It further elaborates the process of planning, budgeting and reporting on climate financing at the sector level, as well as costing for climate change in government programmes and/or projects. It dives into the climate finance codes used under the Standard Chart of Accounts (SCOA) and their applicability within the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) system.