NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

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The Guija Bridge financed by the World Bank and NDF withstood the floods of early 2013, whilst the approach roads were washed away. Photo: Aage Jørgensen
12.12.2013
The project objective is to develop adaptive capacity and integrate climate change considerations into planning and design of road transport infrastructure in Mozambique.
Photo: Hannu Eerola
12.12.2013
The project will help the communities to adapt to the reduced water availability by designing and implementing municipal and community level adaptation action plans with special focus on water management, agricultural production and productivity.
25.10.2013
The project aims to mitigate climate change by reducing the use of synthetic nitrogen fertilizers in the agricultural sector in the GMS.
Photo: Simon Sticker, Plan International
25.9.2013
Country Project Project Ref. Nordic Partner Projects under the Seventh Call Testing innovative green business consepts
Photo: Fridolin Müller Holm
23.9.2013
The project aimed to improve the existing steel production technology and optimise production routines in order to improve the overall energy efficiency in the steel sector in Bangladesh
Photo: Alejandro Bonifacio
23.9.2013
The project has contributed to the resilience of agriculture production systems, food security and poverty reduction through the reintroduction and adequate management of climate-resilient, short-cycle cañahua varieties in the Bolivian highlands.
Scheffler reflector. Photo: ISOMET
23.9.2013
The project has piloted the first renewable and waste energy-based food production unit in West-Africa.
A plant nursery. Photo: Kari Hämekoski
23.9.2013
The project will mitigate greenhouse gas emissions by introducing a carbon sequestration scheme, which rewards Cambodian small-holder farmers when they carry out climate-smart farming.
Ceramic water purifiers immersed in water. Photo: Suzanne Chew
23.9.2013
The primary aim of the project was climate change mitigation and reduced deforestation through the provision of low-cost water purification technologies to the rural poor.
Currently, the saw dust waste from saw mills is burned instead of utilising it. Photo: Karsten Kristensen
23.9.2013
The project aims to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions and reduce the pressure on local forests through the substitution of non-renewable charcoal with an efficient and renewable alternative.

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