NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Latin America

The objective of the project was to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and improve resilience of low-income households to climate change impacts.
Photo: Morten Bo Johansson, Forests of the World
This project seeks to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change, protecting forests through income diversification less vulnerable to droughts and higher temperatures in indigenous peoples communities in Chiquitanía, Bolivia.
Photo: Mileniusz Spanowich/WCS
This project aims to help indigenous families and farmers diversify their incomes and protect forest ecosystem services. This will be obtained through integrated and sustainable forest management projects related to cacao, coffee and essential oils.
The NDC Pipeline Accelerator Trust Fund is an IDB led climate finance facility aimed at fast tracking bankable and sustainable projects that move Latin America and the Caribbean closer to realizing the targets of the 2015 Paris climate conference.
Presentation of the agreed strategy for the metropolitan area in Colcapirhua, Cochabamba. Photo: Ariel Chavez, Diakonia.
The project implements the Sustainable Cochabamba Action Plan, elaborated as part of the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative (ESCI) to promote adaptation and mitigation in the Kanata metropolitan area using right-based and gender equality approaches.
The objective of the project is to promote access to finance for small and medium sized enterprises investing in energy efficiency in Nicaragua.
Cocoa beans harvested by the Naso indigenous group in Bocas del Toro Province, Panama. Photo: IDB
The overall objective of the Fund is to catalyze private sector investment in sustainable agriculture, forestry, and rangeland systems in order to maintain and improve the flow of agro-ecosystem services from productive landscapes in the face of climate change and increasing resource scarcity.
Photo: EcoMicro
EcoMicro 2.0 is aimed at consolidating the ecosystem needed for green microfinance to become a mainstream line of business for the microfinance sector in Latin America and Caribbean (LAC).
Photo: Boris G. © Creative Commons Licence
The objective of the proposal is to support Central American countries and Bolivia in preparing and accessing resources from the Green Climate Fund
Photo: Nordic Climate Facility
The project will identify technologies and best practices that improve livestock productivity while contributing to improved strategies for adaptation and mitigation to climate change.