Asia Pacific Climate Finance Fund (ACliFF)

The Asia-Pacific Climate Finance Fund (ACliFF) is a multi-donor trust fund established in April 2017. The objective of the fund is to support the development and implementation of financial risk management products that can help unlock capital for climate investments and improve resilience to the impact of climate change. Emphasis will be on financial risk management products that have been proven elsewhere, but are not yet widely commercially available in ADB's developing member countries (DMCs).

Support provider 
Purpose of support 
Project and program implementation
Information on how to...

For more information, please contact Charlotte Benson ( and Michael Rattinger (

Please note, funding is only available to pre-selected countries. See the eligible countries field for more information.

Climate objective 
Adaptation, Mitigation, Cross-cutting
Sectors and themes 
Agriculture, Cities, Disaster risk reduction, Energy efficiency, Industry and Infrastructure, Nature-based Solutions and Ecosystem Services, Oceans and Coasts, Renewable Energy, Rural Development, Transport, Waste Management, Water
Type of support provider 
Type of recipient 
Public entity at the national level, Public entity at the sub-national level, Public entity at the regional level
Fund size 

ACliFF has approved financial support for seven ADB projects through eight allocations amounting to $10.675 million

Co-financing required 
Trustee or administrator 
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Contact information

ADB Climate Change Specialist and ACliFF Fund Manager Josh Ling via

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