NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Latin America

Photo: Aage Jorgensen
16.6.2018
The main objectives of the NDF project are to integrate climate change adaptation actions into the comprehensive neighbourhood upgrading plans in greater Tegucigalpa; as well as to strengthen capacity and the knowledge base of the Honduran institutions about adaptation to climate change.
Small business owner that took part in one of the IDEAS projects
23.4.2018
The IDEAS Program finances pioneering initiatives that promote projects in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy access in Latin America and the Caribbean region.
Bridge construction. Photo: NDF
21.3.2018
The NDF financed component of the Road Sector Support Program will focus on development of adaptive capacity and integration of climate change aspects into planning and design of road transport infrastructure.
Photo: Nana Reimers/Danida
8.3.2018
The study will develop alternative scenarios of the impact of climate change on poor communities, estimate the economic costs involved, and identify economic and other instruments to facilitate adaptation as well as a reduction in carbon emissions.
1.2.2018
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.
15.12.2017
The main objective of this project is to support climate strategy and climate change project identification in cities in three countries of the Latin America: Honduras, Nicaragua and Bolivia
Photo: Ileana Holt
19.11.2017
The project aims to reduce the rural populations’ vulnerability to natural disasters and increase resilience of communities and watersheds to climate change impacts through planned adaptation measures.
29.9.2017
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
5.4.2017
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
3.3.2017
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.

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