NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Africa

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.
The project aims to disseminate and install fuel-efficient stoves in Ethiopia and, to support the development of a sustainable business model for promotion of energy efficient stoves.
The project assists East Africa Rift Valley States (EARS) countries in completing the exploratory phase of geothermal development.
Photos Jørgen Schytte, Danida & Scott Wallace/World Bank
The general objective is to assess the sustainability of existing and identified hydropower schemes in Tanzania.
To develop a comprehensive Demand Side Management (DSM) action plan for the Ethiopian power system, which will help reduce the power systems vulnerability to climate change and decrease GHG emissions.
The purpose of the project is to demonstrate the feasibility of locally produced ethanol for household cooking to displace the traditional use of biomass for cooking in Ethiopian communities.
Photo: Gora NDIAYE, ADM
The NDF activities address the climate aspects of the PROGEP that aims to improve storm water drainage and flood prevention in peri-urban Dakar for the benefit of local residents.
The main objective is to accelerate the development of Kenya’s geothermal resources by taking the already available and incoming drilling equipment to efficient use.
The overall objective of the Electricity Expansion Project is to increase the capacity, efficiency and quality of electricity supply and increase access to electricity in urban, peri-urban and rural areas.
The project promotes transfer of knowledge and skill on the sustainable management of water resources through cost-effective climate-proofed water storage and conservation strategies.