NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

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Checking the fire level in the kiln. Photo: Paula Tommila
6.10.2017
The project aimed to reduce deforestation, mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and support local livelihoods by introducing sustainable non-wood based charcoal businesses in Tanzania.
29.9.2017
The objective of the project was to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and improve resilience of low-income households to climate change impacts.
26.9.2017
The primary objective of the project was to build two clean and sustainable high yielding charcoal plants to reduce the impact that charcoal production and deforestation has on climate change.
26.9.2017
The project has promoted use of biochar produced from agricultural waste and business development among women’s groups in Tanzania.
3.7.2017
The Nordic Climate Facility (NCF) is a challenge fund set up in 2009 to finance early stage climate change projects in developing countries. NCF aims to build a portfolio of innovative business concepts which have been tested, proved viable and are ready to be scaled-up and replicated. NCF is financed and managed by the Nordic Development Fund (NDF). More information: nordicclimatefacility.com Project portfolio Read about individual NCF projects
Photo: NDF
30.6.2017
The overall goal of the project is to develop reliable, economically accessible and appropriately priced energy supply to facilitate the development of other activities in the economy while ensuring environmental sustainability.
Photo: Aage Jørgensen
19.6.2017
The overall objective is to strengthen Mozambican capacity for management of resources and to reduce poverty among coastal artisanal fisheries of Mozambique supported by policies and institutions at national, provincial, district and local levels.
Photo: Walt Ratterman, Sunepi
12.6.2017
rAREH's mission is to increase the renewable energy supply in Sub-Saharan Africa with initial focus on East Africa at a reasonable price and in a responsible way, while generating attractive, long-term, stable cash flow across a diversified portfolio of renewable energy plants.
Photo: SMHI
19.5.2017
The project will support green growth for sustainable livelihoods through fruit trees and tree cover, using green irrigation and low carbon technologies, and inspiring smallholder farmers to promote a market oriented climate resilient agriculture.
Photo: Vi Agroforestry
27.4.2017
The project aims at contributing to improved sustainable livelihoods for small-scale coffee producers in Uganda through climate adaptation and mitigation measures in Bukomansimbi, Bushenyi, Ibanda Mbarara, Mitooma, Ntungamo and Sheema districts.

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