Financing inclusive low-carbon resilient development: Role of Central Bank of Bangladesh and Infrastructure Development Company Limited
How can we deliver climate finance to those who need it most? We examine the choices countries make in financing low-carbon resilient development, focusing on experiences in Bangladesh. Case studies of two financial institutions, Central Bank of Bangladesh and Infrastructure Development Company Ltd. (IDCO L), illustrate how core actors and incentives shape the delivery of climate finance, and how well-designed systems and carefully chosen intermediaries can provide lowerincome communities with access to this finance. Our analysis suggests some key principles and strategies for ensuring finance are inclusive and reach the poorest.