NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Africa

Field water pipes for irrigating crops. Photo: DanChurchAid
The project will support 15,000 farming households in adapting to climate change and reduce emissions through new agriculture practices.
The project aims to strengthen the resilience of people living in high-risk urban and semi-urban areas of Salima District and Lilongwe City for climate change-related disasters
The objective was to pave the way in Rwanda for the provision of geothermal energy, an indigenous clean renewable low cost energy, either in the form of electricity or direct applications such as heat and cooling.
The project aims at supporting the development of local renewable energy companies which will utilize renewable energy in a sustainable and financially beneficial manner.
The project objective was to develop and implement a GIS (Geographic Information System) based tool to be used for planning purpose in the context of urban adaptation to climate change in a flood prone area of Maputo.
Photo: Juhani Annanpalo
The overall objective of the Strategic Program for Climate Resilience (SPCR) in Zambia is to mainstream climate change in the most economically important and vulnerable sectors of the economy.
The project aims to validate the ability of solar-powered drip irrigation systems (Solar Market Gardens) to enhance agricultural cash crop production in off-grid villages in sub-Saharan Africa.
The project aims to increase capacity to adapt to the effects of climate change by enhancing access to safe water resources piloting innovative environmentally sustainable water systems in vulnerable rural communities in Isiolo District in Kenya.
The project aims to build adaptive capacity of the lead agency in water resources, the Water Resource Management Authority (WRMA), and the Water Resource User Associations (WRUAs)
Improve living conditions and resilience to the effects of climate change among communities in Mt. Elgon water catchment area.