CMP 11 welcomed the financial contributions that have been made to the AF in 2015 by the Governments of
Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Sweden and the Walloon Region of Belgium, amounting to USD 77 million. The CMP
urged the developed country Parties that responded to the fundraising target of the AFB but have not yet made
financial contributions to do so at their earliest opportunity. The CMP also encouraged the provision of
voluntary support that is additional to the share of proceeds from clean development mechanism project
activities in order to support the resource mobilization efforts of the AFB, with a view to strengthening the
Parties requested the AFB to continue its efforts to simplify accreditation procedures for national
implementing entities and to report back on its progress to the CMP at its twelfth session (November 2016).
Parties also requested the AFB to provide, in its future reports to the CMP, further information on the
status of the portfolio of the AF, including projects at different stages of development.
Finally, the CMP recommended that the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the
Paris Agreement (CMA), at its first session, considers that the Adaptation Fund may serve the Paris
Agreement, in accordance with
paragraphs 59 and 60 of decision 1/CP.21. The CMP invited the COP at its twenty-second session to request
the Ad hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement to undertake the necessary preparatory work concerning this
issue, and to forward a recommendation to the CMP for its consideration and adoption no later than at CMP15.
COP 21 recognized that the AF may serve the Agreement, subject to relevant decisions by the CMP and the CMA.
Subsequently, the COP invited the CMP to consider this issue and make a recommendation to the CMA at its