NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Latin America

Cocoa beans harvested by the Naso indigenous group in Bocas del Toro Province, Panama. Photo: IDB
9.11.2015
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
19.10.2015
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
25.6.2015
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
1.4.2015
The project has identified technologies and best practices to improve livestock productivity while contributing to improved strategies for adaptation and mitigation to climate change.
13.12.2014
The ultimate goal is to provide a strategy for the generation of renewable energy from organic waste in the cities of La Paz and El Alto.
16.9.2014
The objective is to determine the renewable energy potential in the Honduras Bay Islands and evaluate the feasibility of using wind and solar energy sources. The assessment will be used to prepare a strategy in order to reduce progressively the use of fossil fuel in the islands.
18.6.2014
The objective of the proposal is to strengthen low carbon development and reduce vulnerability to climate change through implementation of the key elements in the Action Plans for Cochabamba, Bolivia; Managua, Nicaragua; and Tegucigalpa in Honduras. The three Action Plans were financed through project NDF C40.
20.12.2013
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.
Photo: Hannu Eerola
12.12.2013
The project will help the communities to adapt to the reduced water availability by designing and implementing municipal and community level adaptation action plans with special focus on water management, agricultural production and productivity.
Photo: Alejandro Bonifacio
23.9.2013
The project has contributed to the resilience of agriculture production systems, food security and poverty reduction through the reintroduction and adequate management of climate-resilient, short-cycle cañahua varieties in the Bolivian highlands.

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