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* The Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act, 1995.pdf
The Act is a set of laws enacted by the Government of Bangladesh in 1995, to conserve the nation’s environment. Its main goals were to ‘provide for conservation of the environment, improvement of the environmental standards, and control and mitigation of environmental pollution’.
* Bangladesh Country Investment Plan for Climate Change (CIPCC).pdf
The Bangladesh Country Investment Plan is a country led planning, fund mobilization and alignment tool. It is a 5-year comprehensive plan that aims to ensure sustainable food security.
* Bangladesh Climate Fiscal Framework.pdf
The Climate Fiscal Framework (CFF) provides principles and tools for climate fiscal policy-making (CFP), helping to identify the demand and supply sides of climate fiscal funds, and to ensure that CFP is transparent and sustainable in the longer term.
* Bangladesh Climate Change Trust Fund (BCCTF).pdf
The Bangladesh Climate Change Trust Fund (BCCTF), operational since 2010, funds programs and projects from the national budget to help communities recover and become resilient to climate change impacts. It is the first ever national climate fund established by a Least Developed Country and has been an example to other countries for institutionalizing national climate finance.
The Seventh Five Year Plan (7th FYP) articulates new strategies, institutions and policies, while strengthening the existing ones, to complete the remaining agenda of achieving the social and economic outcomes of the Vision 2021 and the Perspective Plan.
* Public Financial Management (PFM).pdf
The Public Financial Management (PFM) Progress Report reviews the performance of Bangladesh’s PFM system based on an application of the 2016 Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) Assessment PEFA assessment methodology aligned from the 2015 testing version of the PEFA Performance Measurement Framework.
* The Bangladesh Environment Conservation (Amendment) Act, 2010.pdf
The Bangladesh Environment Conservation (Amendment) Act, 2010 aims to provide further amendments to the Act of 1995. The amendment gives new definition to several aspect of the original Act.
* Perspective-Plan-of-Bangladesh.pdf
The Perspective Plan of Bangladesh (2010-2021: Making Vision 2021 a Reality is a strategic articulation of the development vision, mission, and goals of the Government in achieving a prosperous Bangladesh grounded in political and economic freedoms a reality in 2021.
* Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR).pdf
The Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) aims to inform the development of the national response to climate change. The CPEIR examines the linkages between the three spheres of: national climate change policy; the institutional structures through which policy is channelled; and the resource allocation processes whereby public funding is made available for the implementation of relevant projects, programmes and policies.
* Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan (BCCSAP).pdf
The Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan (BCCSAP) is a knowledge strategy built upon the National Adaptation Programme of Action (2005 and 2009). It sets out 44 programmes to be taken by Bangladesh over the short, medium and long term within six strategic areas – food security, social protection and health; comprehensive disaster management; infrastructure; research and knowledge management; mitigation and low carbon development; and capacity building and institutional strengthening.

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