NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Africa

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Regional AfricaNDF Financing: EUR 6 million equity; EUR 500,000 grantProject Period: 2018-2028Partner Agency: African Development Bank (AfDB)Implementing Agency: Lion’s Head Global Partners   Objective The project consists of providing anchor equity financing and technical assistance grant support to the Facility for Energy Inclusion Off-Grid Energy Access Fund (FEI OGEF or  Fund), a USD 100 million blended finance, energy access investment facility in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
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NDF Financing: EUR 10 millionTrust Fund Period: open-endedPartner Agency: Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland (MFA Finland); Austrian Development Agency (ADA); Others (tbd)Implementing Agency: NDF   Objective This project consists of (1) establishment of the Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP or Fund) as a multi-donor clean energy financing facility covering 15 countries in Southern and East Africa (SEA) under direct management by NDF and (2) financing of EUR 10 million toward the Fund’s first close.
Checking the fire level in the kiln. Photo: Paula Tommila
The project aimed to reduce deforestation, mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and support local livelihoods by introducing sustainable non-wood based charcoal businesses in Tanzania.
The primary objective of the project was to build two clean and sustainable high yielding charcoal plants to reduce the impact charcoal production and deforestation has on climate change.
The project will install multifunctional carbonisation retorts, powered by rice husk and other agricultural waste.
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The overall objective of the Fund is to support African cities and municipalities to better manage urban growth and climate-resilient development by improving governance and quality of basic services in their cities. Regional AfricaUrban & Municipal Development Fund for AfricaRef: NDF C100 NDF Grant: EUR 4,000,000Project Period: 2018–2021Partner Agency: African Development BankImplementing Agency: African Development Bank
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.