NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

Projects: Africa

Photo: NDF
29.4.2019
The objective of the proposed NDF project is to support the city of Kigali and its inhabitants to improve climate resilience through better management and flood control of urban subcatchments.
Photo: Menon Economics
12.4.2019
Small-scale farmers will be introduced to a new business concept, combining pigeon pea as a new cash crop, and the use of biochar as a combined climate mitigation and adaptation strategy
Photo: BURN Manufacturing Kenya Limited
19.3.2019
Making a new cookstove and fuel for East Africa's under-served small businesses accessible.
12.3.2019
The overall objective of the Fund is to support African cities and municipalities to better manage urban growth and climate-resilient development by improving governance and quality of basic services in their cities.
Photo: Joakim Byström, Absolicon Solar Collector AB
1.2.2019
The project objective is to reduce virtual water and GHG emissions within the tea industry in Kenya through a combination of using renewable energy sources and energy saving measures, including replacing wood fuel in tea processing with solar concentrators.
12.1.2019
The project objective is to strengthen hydrological and meteorological information services to deliver reliable and timely information that increases climate resilience
Photo: Solar Village AS
12.9.2018
The project will empower 9000 rural Zambian smallholder cotton farmer families by enabling them to buy climate resilient, energy saving and productivity enhancing agricultural and solar technologies using a micro-finance mechanism.
Photo: M-PAYG
7.9.2018
This project addresses the challenge of energy poverty in Malawi by building an innovative Business-NGO partnership for providing M-PAYG’s decentralised, off-grid solar housing systems on a pay-as-you-go basis, giving at least 18,000 Malawians in rural farming communities’ access to clean and affordable solar energy.
More than 12 million people are engaged in the fisheries sector in sub-Saharan Africa. Photo: Aage Jorgensen
15.8.2018
The objective of the proposal is to mainstream climate risk management in African coastal countries’ strategies, policies and investments to reduce the vulnerability of coastal communities, while enhancing the potential contribution of fisheries to national economies and to livelihoods, ultimately bolstering sustainable development.
Nairobi city centre. Photo: Ninara, cc license
3.5.2018
The project aims to enhance climate change resilience and reduce carbon emissions in Nairobi through transfer of technologies and experiences from the Nordic countries facilitated by the ‘Kenya-Nordic Green Hub’ (KNGH).

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