At the G-20 Summit in September 2009, the President of Indonesia pledged to reduce GHG emissions unilaterally by 26% and up to 41% with international support by 2030.

Considering the size of investments needed to successfully implement Indonesia's climate change strategy and considering the high demand for coordination and harmonization of funding, the Government Of Indonesia (GOI) launched the ICCTF on September 14, 2009.
Below are the ICCTF Milestone since its established :


ICCTF was launched by Government of Indonesia to coordinate and harmonize climate finance.


ICCTF successfully funded key mitigation and adaptation projects nation-wide.


Until 2014 the UNDP was the interim fund manager. Mandiri Bank was appointed as ICCTF fund manager.


ICCTF has transformed into an independent working unit under Bappenas and continually fund successful Small Grant Program throughout Indonesia.


ICCTF continues to carry various program and project pilots.

2017 –

ICCTF scales up its programs and pilot projects

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