NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Asia

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.
Photo: Differ AS
7.9.2018
The project aims to establish local production of renewable biomass pellets and clean biomass stoves and their wholesale and retail distribution in Cambodia.
3.9.2018
The Lao PDR - National Road 13 North - Climate Resilient Upgrade and Maintenance project will showcase best-practice climate-resilient road infrastructure for the most heavily trafficked road section in Lao PDR.
14.5.2018
The project strives to support sustainable livelihoods of 6,000 poor and low income rural farmers in the Quang Tri province of Vietnam, and to improve access to affordable and clean energy efficiency solutions for 2,000 households as well as supporting a sustainable forest resource base and mitigating carbon emissions.
Worker at a nursery in Chitwan. Photo: Wildlife Conservation Nepal
6.10.2017
Nepal Developing Low-Cost, Community-Based Innovative Solutions to Mitigate and Adapt with Climate Change while Creating Viable Local Business Solutions Ref: NDF C3 D13
Photo: DFE
16.2.2017
Sustainable management of forests and agroforestry systems and the production of NTFPs (non-timber forest products) will lead to 1) improved livelihoods of forest communities of fragile landscapes in rural Nepal and 2) increased climate resilience.
Photo: Simon Sticker, Plan International
4.1.2017
The project aims to co-create and implement climate change adaptation solutions in Dhaka's Rail Line Slum and Match Colony in order to make the community more resilient to the multiple impacts of climate change locally, particularly flooding and waterlogging.
Photo: Haakon Vennemo, Vista Analysis
20.12.2016
Climate change poses a significant threat in rapidly growing cities in Vietnam. With strong rural-urban migration and low incomes, many households are vulnerable to seasonal typhoons. This project contributes to increasing penetration of storm-resilient housing among low-income households in Central Vietnam.
Study trip in Copenhagen. Photo: Niras
19.12.2016
The project 'Exploiting Synergies between Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) and Urban Farming in Vinh Yen City, Vietnam' pilots the synergies between handling rainwater through SUDS and using SUDS for small-scale urban farming.

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