NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

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Photo: Dave Proffer Kigali CCL
18.2.2016
NDF has a two-stage approval process. Projects are first approved for the pipeline and then they receive final approval from the NDF Board of Directors. Projects in the pipeline are subject to change and may not necessarily be presented for final approval.
13.1.2016
The project has improved resilience of the Vietnamese society to the adverse effects of increasing flood and inundation disasters in urban areas.
Kompong Phluk, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
12.1.2016
This project will strengthen the role of women in climate change adaptation planning in Cambodia.
Kampong Phluk, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
12.1.2016
This project aims to strengthen the capacity of Cambodian ministries monitor and evaluate climate change adaptation investments.
Photo: Dave Proffer, Road between Nyamata and Kigali, Rwanda CC License
17.12.2015
The specific objectives for the overall project are: i) to improve the level of transport service on the upgraded section and the local population’s living conditions; and ii) build the road maintenance planning and programming capacities of the road administration. The NDF component will increase the capacity of road transport stakeholders in Rwanda to integrate consideration of climate change and disasters into the transport life-cycle, in particular for roads and bridges.
Cocoa beans harvested by the Naso indigenous group in Bocas del Toro Province, Panama. Photo: IDB
9.11.2015
The overall objective of the Fund is to catalyze private sector investment in sustainable agriculture, forestry, and rangeland systems in order to maintain and improve the flow of agro-ecosystem services from productive landscapes in the face of climate change and increasing resource scarcity.
FIEFOC 1 banana growers in Rukungiri District.
9.11.2015
The project’s specific objectives are to improve household incomes, food security and climate resilience through development of agricultural infrastructure, specifically, 5 new small and medium scale irrigation schemes and related civil works, packaged with agribusiness development and integrated sustainable natural resources management.
Photo: EcoMicro
19.10.2015
EcoMicro 2.0 is aimed at consolidating the ecosystem needed for green microfinance to become a mainstream line of business for the microfinance sector in Latin America and Caribbean (LAC).
Photo: NDF
30.7.2015
This project will support an assessment of the market for climate resilience in two key sectors in three large developing countries, one each in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
10.7.2015
The project has implemented a Waste Transfer and Recycling Centre in Beira and formulated a Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions programme (NAMA) in the waste sector in Mozambique

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