NDF - Financing for climate change and development projects

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The Community Resilience Partnership Program (CRPP) will be the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) first multi-donor trust fund uniquely positioned to tackle the nexus between poverty, gender, and climate change. The CRPP will serve as an important knowledge, preparatory and financial tool for launching and developing new pro-poor climate resilience initiatives in low-income and fragile countries in Asia and the Pacific. The CRPP is also part of the post-COVID-19 recovery.
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The programme will combat COVID-19 and strengthen the recovery through investments in water supply, sanitation, and water resources management activities in the Sahel and the Horn of Africa. The programme delivery will use a build-back-better and green, climate-resilient approach to target particularly poor, vulnerable and unserved urban communities displaced from the countryside by insecurity, famine and climate/environmental disasters.
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The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) is a special fund designed to catalyse private sector investments in early stage renewable energy and energy efficiency markets to stimulate a transformative transition to more inclusive and green growth in Africa. SEFA is a delivery vehicle for African Development Bank’s (AfDB) New Deal on Energy for Africa (NDEA).
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Climate change is increasing risks and impacts in all parts of the world economy, particularly in developing countries where there is less capacity to adapt. By 2030, the cost of making climate-vulnerable business sectors resilient is expected to be in the billions per year. Given that public action alone will not be sufficient to address the scale of this threat, this cost will largely be borne by the private sector, which will also be tasked with developing the innovative products and services needed to drive resilience. However, in private markets, where there is a very large challenge there is also a very large opportunity and businesses stepping up to increase their resilience or to create new climate-resilient products, services and business models, will be well-positioned to safeguard their own future as well as take the lead on transforming entire economic systems.
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The objective of the proposed NDF project is to support the design, capacity-building, and capitalisation of Rwanda Catalytic Green Investment Bank (RCGIB)
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The intervention will increase the local knowledge and skills in specific aspects related to geothermal potential, exploration, planning and utilisation.
Wind measuring tower on Guanaja island. Photo: Scarleth Castillo
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.
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ADB Ventures will be a climate- and gender-focused facility promoting solutions in sustainable infrastructure and inclusive markets
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The project will finance preparatory studies to prepare a new major investment program: New Linear Park between La Paz and El Alto “Parque Lineal entre La Paz y El Alto - Thakhi Tantasiña”
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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.