NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Asia

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.
25.8.2014
The project will support the Bangladesh Railway to develop a National Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) proposal to be registered under the United National Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) NAMA registry.
12.6.2014
The objective of the project is to increase climate resilience of poor communities in the Mekong Delta by providing improved low-income housing solutions for climate resilient green urban land-use planning and infrastructure.
9.6.2014
The Support Facility will be established with the aim of strengthening transport NAMA development and promoting NAMA finance in Asia.
27.2.2014
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.
13.2.2014
The aim of the project was to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the living conditions and economic situation of rural people in remote districts of far-west and mid-west regions of Nepal via application of three renewable energy technologies.

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