NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

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Photo: BURN Manufacturing Kenya Limited
19.3.2019
Making a new cookstove and fuel for East Africa's under-served small businesses accessible.
Wind measuring tower on Guanaja island. Photo: Scarleth Castillo
22.2.2019
The objective is to determine the renewable energy potential in the Honduras Bay Islands and evaluate the feasibility of using wind and solar energy sources. The assessment will be used to prepare a strategy in order to reduce progressively the use of fossil fuel in the islands.
Photo: Joakim Byström, Absolicon Solar Collector AB
1.2.2019
The project objective is to reduce virtual water and GHG emissions within the tea industry in Kenya through a combination of using renewable energy sources and energy saving measures, including replacing wood fuel in tea processing with solar concentrators.
Photo: UNEP DTU Partnership
31.1.2019
The project aims to develop innovative and sustainable approaches and tools to build businesses' adaptation capacity in the garment sector in Sri Lanka, to reduce recurring losses from floods.
Photo: Ignitia
31.1.2019
Increasing small scale farmer resilience to climate change by providing highly accurate, localized weather forecast delivered via SMS in Burkina Faso smallholders.
Photo: Build Up Nepal
31.1.2019
The project will enable sustainable post-earthquake reconstruction in Nepal through a strengthened supply chain for climate friendly building material and the establishment of 100 self-sustaining micro- and small enterprises (MSMEs) for production of CSEB building blocks.
Photo: Mon Zamora
10.12.2018
The Climate Resilience and Adaptation Finance and Technology Transfer Facility (CRAFT) is the first commercial investment vehicle dedicated to expanding globally the availability of technologies and solutions for climate change adaptation and climate resilience.
Photo: Jørgen Schytte/Danida
27.11.2018
RRIP II aims to rehabilitate about 1031 km of rural roads in nine provinces to paved condition. These nine provinces are populated by a large proportion of Cambodia’s rural poor. The expected outcome is to provide these poor rural provinces with a safer, climate resilient and cost-effective rural road network with all-year access to markets, jobs and social services. The project will also support a sustainable road maintenance regime in the Ministry of Rural Development (MRD), a community based road safety program, an HIV/AIDS and human trafficking prevention and awareness program, and climate change adaptation measures.
Photo: Juteborg and Glenn Ljunggren
9.11.2018
The project produces jute fiber reinforced plastic granule (JutePP) in Bangladesh, a sustainable material for plastic industries while validating the inclusive Farmer to Factory (F2F) jute supply chain for a future jute certification and provide jute farmers a fair price.
Photo: Phan Thi Thanh Thuy, Schmidt Marketing Vietnam
26.10.2018
Reducing the vast economic and humanitarian impact of flooding in Vietnam through introducing an innovative flood prevention system.

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