Significant finance is required throughout the entire National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process—from planning through to implementation and monitoring and evaluation. This financing is expected to come from a mix of sources, including domestic public finance, international public finance and private finance. Domestic public finance can be a relatively predictable and consistent source of financing for NAP processes, both for its ongoing operation and maintenance and for the implementation of prioritized adaptation actions. Building on an overview brief on domestic public finance options for NAPs, this sNAPshot takes a closer look at how county-level climate change funds are supporting the implementation of adaptation actions prioritized in Kenya’s NAP. These county climate funds are an example of a domestic public finance mechanism that helps to ensure greater predictability in resources available for implementation of adaptation priorities.