The Climate Finance Integrity Programme was piloted in 2011 by Transparency International in six
countries, including the Maldives, to monitor the increasing climate related finance, the governance
of raising and managing these funds and the governance of these funds within the selected
countries. This report is the national report for the mapping assessment conducted for Maldives.
The research has briefly looked at all government institutions that were active during the research
phase, from 2011 to mid-2013, in the delivery and monitoring of climate change projects that were
funded by the government or externally. Institutions are analysed briefly in terms of governance and
transparency aspects in relation to use of climate finance.
This report represents a summary of the research process and findings for the Maldives under five
sections: an introduction (which also sets out the definition of climate finance which guided the
research process), the research methodology, the visual map and a narrative of the key actors in the
map, conclusions and recommendations