NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Africa

Photo: Juhani Annanpalo
22.6.2013
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.
8.6.2013
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.
8.5.2013
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.
8.4.2013
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)
1.4.2013
Improve living conditions and resilience to the effects of climate change among communities in Mt. Elgon water catchment area.
8.3.2013
The project aims to increase recycling of electric and electronic scrap (e-scrap) while improving local environmental conditions, livelihood and health conditions for e-scrap workers and poor neighbouring societies.
8.1.2013
The project aims to increase resilience through improved water utilisation techniques in pastoralist communities in arid and semi-arid regions of Kenya.
8.1.2013
The project aims to secure access to safe water supply for about 13,000 residents of Kibera in a changing climate, and to build capacity for reduction of household greenhouse emissions for 2500 households.
Photo: Louise Croneborg
12.12.2012
The project objective is to strengthen hydrological and meteorological information services to deliver reliable and timely information that increases climate resilience
13.11.2012
The project contributes to environmental sustainability as well as rural poverty reduction and gender equality by increasing use of renewable energy in tea factories in Rwanda and Uganda.

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