NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

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29.4.2011
Funds from NDF would be used to finance feasibility studies in Central American countries to identify opportunities for climate-friendly improvements among SCF’s clientele.
20.12.2010
The objective of the proposed NDF adaptation component is to develop the capacity of relevant stakeholders in Senegal to climate-proof road infrastructure planning, design and maintenance.
20.12.2010
This sector development program will assist Cambodia to address national water resources management and irrigation policy issues.
Photo: Jørgen Schytte/Danida
20.12.2010
The general objective of the technical assistance is to improve access to clean energy for low income rural households in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) by promoting renewable energy based on locally available biomass resources.
22.11.2010
The NDF intervention, constituting a part of the Energy for Rural Transformation Project, aims at increasing energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy technologies in rural Uganda.
22.11.2010
The Nordic climate Facility (NCF) aims at building partnerships between the Nordic countries and NDF’s partner countries on climate change adaptation and mitigation.
22.11.2010
The project aims at mitigation of climate change through reduced demand for peak time electricity generated in fossil fuel plants, by creating a market for solar water heaters in Rwanda
22.11.2010
NDF will finance a Pre-Feasibility Study for Pakse municipality, situated by the Mekong River in Laos, which will cover issues related to climate change adaptation and mitigation as well as general environmental improvements.
22.11.2010
The primary contribution of the project will be to improve institutional and technical capacity to adapt to climate change.
22.11.2010
The programme facilitates realization of small and medium sized climate change projects through a partial risk-sharing facility with a possibility to provide partial guarantees, and loans/subordinated loans, and related TA expenditures.

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