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Development of GCF Proposal on Transforming Landscapes and Resilience for Development Project (TRALARD) [NDF C121]

People on rural road in Luapula, Northern Zambia
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The project will share with the World Bank (WB) the costs of preparing a full Green Climate Fund (GCF) funding proposal package, including the required technical studies and assessment reports.

Zambia
Development of GCF Proposal on Transforming Landscapes and Resilience for Development Project (TRALARD)
Ref: NDF C121

EUR 0.25 million
Project period: 2019-2020
Partner agency: World Bank (WB)

Objective
The objective of the grant is to share with the World Bank (WB) the costs of preparing a full Green Climate Fund (GCF) funding proposal package, including the required technical studies and assessment reports.

The main result will be the full GCF funding proposal package. The longer-term outcome will be a fully financed TRALARD project with the desired long-term effects (15+ years) to transform the natural resources management in northern Zambia into supporting sustainable livelihoods.

The NDF grant will support a Feasibility Study and other technical studies, socio-economic studies and financial feasibility reviews including an Environmental and social impact assessment with the required environmental and social management framework. There will be stakeholder consultations at national and project level implementation including with indigenous people if relevant.  In addition, there will be a Gender Assessment Report, Gender Action plan, Baseline Study, Performance Management Framework, Economic Analysis, and a Due diligence or Appraisal Report.

The implementation of the project is done by the World Bank and the Ministry of National Development Planning. The NDF funding is provided as joint co-financing.

Financing
The total project cost estimate is EUR 0.47 million. NDF is providing EUR 0.25 million in grant while World Bank provides EUR 0.22 million as grant

NDF Contact

Program Manager Aage Jørgensen
Telephone +358 10 618 002

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