NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Kenya

20.3.2019
The main objective is to accelerate the development of Kenya’s geothermal resources by taking the already available and incoming drilling equipment to efficient use.
Photo: BURN Manufacturing Kenya Limited
19.3.2019
Making a new cookstove and fuel for East Africa's under-served small businesses accessible.
Photo: Joakim Byström, Absolicon Solar Collector AB
1.2.2019
The project objective is to reduce virtual water and GHG emissions within the tea industry in Kenya through a combination of using renewable energy sources and energy saving measures, including replacing wood fuel in tea processing with solar concentrators.
Nairobi city centre. Photo: Ninara, cc license
3.5.2018
The project aims to enhance climate change resilience and reduce carbon emissions in Nairobi through transfer of technologies and experiences from the Nordic countries facilitated by the ‘Kenya-Nordic Green Hub’ (KNGH).
Photo: Blerand Greicevci, HAMK.
19.12.2016
The project creates models for sustainable low-cost buildings and energy-efficient renewable energy technologies in hot and arid climates by providing affordable and quality housing options for low-income people
Photo: Heli Sinkko, NCF
13.5.2015
The project has supported rural enterprises to produce and market green biomass briquettes in the sugar belt region of Kenya.
Photo: Heli Sinkko
11.3.2015
The project has supported farmers to implement Climate Smart Agriculture and establish sustainable farmer enterprises for the adaptation to and mitigation of climate change
Photo: Heli Sinkko
11.3.2015
The project has contributed to securing livelihoods for small-scale farmers and mitigating climate change in the semi-arid county of Laikipia
Photo: Kari Hämekoski
22.1.2015
The project will improve water measurement, water sale and water use efficiency in adaptation to climate change
A Biocenter in Nyaharwa, Nairobi. Photo: Niels Bahnsen
23.9.2013
The aim of this project is to establish a medium-scale business by constructing a biogas and fertiliser plant, which will help reduce negative environmental impacts and cut the costs faced by public latrines.

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