The Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) and the Environmental Management for Livelihood Improvement Bwaise Facility (EMLI) commissioned a study that sought to explore the feasibility of establishing the most viable climate finance mobilization mechanism. Specifically, this scoping study was intended to contribute to the mobilization of climate finance in light of the climate change impacts across all sectors. The study highlights the operating policy, legal and institutional framework on public climate finance and makes reference of country case studies on climate finance mobilization, proposes various options for climate finance mobilization based on stakeholders’ view and proposes the most viable option. This policy briefing paper provides a summary of the key findings of the study and highlights the possible climate finance mobilization mechanisms feasible for Uganda.