NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Asia

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.
A woman using wood for fuel at Ibrahim Hyderi, Karachi. Photo by Rukhsana Memon, WWF-Pakistan.
15.12.2016
The project will diversify the energy mix of one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Pakistan that is particularly vulnerable to climate change, and plan to do it through the implementation of a low-carbon Renewable Energy- based climate strategy.
Participants of capacity need assessment in Birendranagar. Photo by Environmental Development Society (EDS)
9.12.2016
The objective of the project is that Urban centres of Nepal become people-centred and resilient to climate extremes and disasters.
Photo: Jørgen Schytte/Danida
5.10.2016
The general program objectives to which NDF funding will contribute are: (i) improved climate-resilient road connectivity in selected provinces; and (ii) strengthened climate-resilient and efficient road asset management practices at national and provincial levels.
Mekong River transport, Vietnam
14.9.2016
The objective of the Fund is to enhance the readiness of investment projects related to climate change by ensuring that the planning and preparation of infrastructure projects is properly funded, and to focus on critical aspects related to climate change.
Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Judith Scharnowski, Creative Commons.
6.6.2016
The project aims to help build the capacity of ADB developing member countries to access critical financing for scaling up climate change actions.
13.1.2016
The project has improved resilience of the Vietnamese society to the adverse effects of increasing flood and inundation disasters in urban areas.
Kompong Phluk, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
12.1.2016
This project will strengthen the role of women in climate change adaptation planning in Cambodia.
Kampong Phluk, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
12.1.2016
This project aims to strengthen the capacity of Cambodian ministries monitor and evaluate climate change adaptation investments.
Photo: Jørgen Schytte/Danida
30.1.2015
The proposed project will strengthen the national and regional capacity of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam to cope with adverse health impacts of climate change.

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