Request Support


Climate Action Africa only supports the provision of direct technical assistance and capacity building, including participation in meetings or training related to technical assistance.

Climate Action Africa also supports capacity building and knowledge sharing activities.

Climate Action Africa does not provide financial support.



Submit your Request for Support from Canada’s Climate Action Africa Initiative:

  • If you would like assistance completing the Request for Support form or have any questions, please reach out to us through our contact form.
  • To review the full Request for Support form before starting, please see the downloadable PDF version.
  • Learn what happens after you submit your form.

Eligibility Guidelines:

  • All requests must be aligned with the country’s Nationally Determined Contribution, National Adaptation Plan, Technology Needs Assessment or other relevant climate strategies and policies.
  • All requests must be gender-responsive and aligned with Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy.
  • Learn about our gender-responsive and socially inclusive approach here.
  • Government agencies and non-governmental organizations from Sub-Saharan Africa, including gender-responsive and women-led organizations, the private sector, post-secondary institutions and more, can request Technical Assistance.
  • Please refer to the Request for Support FAQs for more information



  • The form should be completed by the government, non-governmental organization or private sector entity requesting Technical Assistance.
  • The form can be completed in English, French or Portuguese.
  • When completing the form, please pay due consideration to gender issues and the situation of vulnerable populations, including women and men. For further guidance, please refer to the Project Gender Strategy.
  • If you are not sure how to complete this document, or require support, please contact
  • We will get back to you within five (5) working days to acknowledge receipt of your submission and discuss the way forward.