On February 7, 2013 UNDP announced that 15 countries had conducted Investment & Financial Flows (I&FF) assessments.
According to the press release distributed by UNDP, “Through a UNDP project, 15 countries conducted assessments of Investment and Financial Flows (I&FF) to respond to the question: ‘From a development perspective, what does my country need to do to address climate change in selected key sectors, and what financial landscape will be required to achieve those needs?’”
The following countries conducted I&FF assessments: Bangladesh, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Gambia, Honduras, Liberia, Namibia, Niger, Paraguay, Peru, Togo, Turkmenistan and Uruguay. The work was funded by the governments of Finland, Norway and Switzerland as well as UNDP and the UN Foundation.
You may read the press release on the Climate Finance Options page of the UNDP internet site.
More information about the I&FF methodology and the country assessments may be found on the Climate Community page of the UNDP internet site.