NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Africa

17.9.2014
The objective of the project is to enhance equitable and sustainable climate resilient development and management of African water resources for poverty alleviation, socio-economic development, regional cooperation, and the environment.
11.9.2014
The project intends to develop, test and pioneer a concept in Tanzania, which addresses the current challenges of water point management and lack of off-grid renewable energy.
27.2.2014
The objective of ClimDev Special Fund (CDSF) is to strengthen the institutional capacities of African national and sub-regional bodies to formulate and implement effective climate-sensitive policies by providing up-to-date information to support related activities.
The Guija Bridge financed by the World Bank and NDF withstood the floods of early 2013, whilst the approach roads were washed away. Photo: Aage Jørgensen
12.12.2013
The project objective is to develop adaptive capacity and integrate climate change considerations into planning and design of road transport infrastructure in Mozambique.
Scheffler reflector. Photo: ISOMET
23.9.2013
The project has piloted the first renewable and waste energy-based food production unit in West-Africa.
Currently, the saw dust waste from saw mills is burned instead of utilising it. Photo: Karsten Kristensen
23.9.2013
The project aims to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions and reduce the pressure on local forests through the substitution of non-renewable charcoal with an efficient and renewable alternative.
Photo: Tuomo Utriainen
23.9.2013
The project advocates sustainable forestry in Ghana together with energy-efficient charcoal production.
Photo: Roland Asare
23.9.2013
The project aimed to increase resilience to climate change by conducting holistic sustainability assessments and implementing designs based on standardized criteria that offer affordable, appropriate and cost-effective rain water harvesting (RWH) solutions.
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.
Fairtrade tea producer. Photo: Fairtrade Africa
23.9.2013
The project introduced a set of activities to boost the adaptive capacity and climate resilience of small Fairtrade tea producer organisations in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.

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