NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Africa

Photo: Aage Jørgensen
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
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.
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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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The AFRI-RES initiative aims to strengthen the capacity of African institutions (including national governments, river basin organisations, regional economic communities, power pools, and others) and private sector to plan, design, and implement investments in selected sectors, so as to increase their resilience to climate change.
Kick-off meeting, January 2017. Photo: Peter Moers, Strømmestiftelsen
This project is a response to the increased vulnerability of rural population to drought and erosion in the dry north-east of Uganda, which affects their food and energy security, as well as incomes.
The project aims to create a climate change resilient coffee value chain in Uganda through the implementation of the farmer ownership model as well as investing in several mitigation and adaptation measures.
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This project will improve efficiency and sustainability along charcoal value chains in Northwest Rwanda in support of forest landscape restoration and rural livelihoods.
A street view from Marsabit suburb. Photo Blerand Greicevci, HAMK.
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.
The Lake Victoria Basin Resource Efficiency and Cleaner Production project aims at catalysing private sector investment in cleaner and more efficient industrial production and supply chains throughout the Lake Victoria watershed basin.