The Capacity-building Initiative for Transparency - Global Support Programme (short: CBIT-GSP) is a five-year global climate transparency project, funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), implemented by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and executed by the UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre (UNEP-CCC). The project is aimed at supporting developing countries in the transition to the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF) and its Biennial Transparency Reports under the Paris Agreement.

The CBIT-GSP project includes multiple components and has various support modalities, supporting countries at the global, regional and national level. The main support modality of the project is its ten Transparency Networks, covering all developing countries around the globe, through which key support is provided to countries in the respective networks. The Transparency Networks are organised by region and/or language, and two of the Transparency Networks - the Lusophone Cluster and Francophone Network - are implemented through UNDP's Climate Promise Initiative, with funding from the Belgium government. You can read more about the Transparency Networks on the dedicated Networks page on this platform here.

The CBIT-GSP project also offers various other support to countries, such as the quality review of country's transparency reports, the provision of a dedicated gender toolkit (forthcoming), global meetings, webinars and knowledge products. You can read more about our activities of the CBIT-GSP here.