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This section provides information on the Fast-start Finance (FSF) allocations, whenever such information has been provided by contributing Parties. It also includes detailed data on projects and activities supported by contributing countries. However, the information vary in details as some contributing countries provided detailed information in their submission while other countries only provided samples of projects they supported and referred to their web sites for detailed information.

The information contained under the category "Implementation period" comprises information provided by Parties on the implementation period and/or disbursement period of the specific project or activity.

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Recipient Party

Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
Viet NamAide budgétaire politique nationale climat France  AFDMitigation 20.000EUR20122011-2013
Viet NamProjet de gestion des ressources en eauFrance  AFDAdaptation 20.500EUR20122011-2013
Viet NamProjet de gestion des ressources en eauFrance  AFDAdaptation 20.500EUR20122011-2013
Cape VerdeSystéme de dessalement des eauxFrance  AFDAdaptation 21.000EUR20122011-2013
Cape VerdeSystéme de dessalement des eauxFrance  AFDAdaptation 21.000EUR20122011-2013
EgyptIWSP 2 Eau assainissment en Haute EgypteFrance  AFD  22.300EUR20132012-2014
ZambiaConstruction des lignes de transmission d'une centrale hydroélectrique de 120 MWFrance  AFD  26.654EUR20132012-2014
MoroccoONEE Amélioration du rendement de réseau eau potable et des capacités de production et de stockageFrance  AFD  30.000EUR20132012-2014
MauritiusAppui budgétaire à la politique énergétique pour la promotion des énergies renouvelables et des mesures de la demande énergétique, y compris dans le secteur des transports*France  AFD  30.000EUR20132012-2014
ZambiaConstruction d'une ligne de transmission d'une centrale hydro?lectriqueFrance  AFDMitigation 35.000EUR20122011-2013
ZambiaConstruction d'une ligne de transmission d'une centrale hydro?lectriqueFrance  AFDMitigation 35.000EUR20122011-2013
ChinaOp?rations de boisement et reboisement ? grande ?chelle dans la province du Yunnann et contribution au d?veloppemnt de programmes de biogaz ruraux participant d'une r?duction de la pression exerc?e sur le massif forestier.France  AFD REDD+35.000EUR20122010-2012
ChinaProgramme de reboisement et de biogaz dans le YunnanFrance  AFDMitigationREDD+35.000EUR20112010-2012
PhilippinesDBP - ligne de crédit environnementaleFrance  AFD  36.000EUR20132012-2014
MauritiusBarrage pour stocker les eaux de pluie et lutter contre les inondations **France  AFDAdaptation 38.200EUR20122011-2013
MauritiusBarrage pour stocker les eaux de pluie et lutter contre les inondations **France  AFDAdaptation 38.200EUR20122011-2013
KenyaFonds de raccordement des usagers dans le cadre d'un programme d'acc?s ? l'?lectricit?France  AFDMitigation 43.000EUR20122011-2013
KenyaFonds de raccordement des usagers dans le cadre d'un programme d'acc?s ? l'?lectricit?France  AFDMitigation 43.000EUR20122011-2013
PakistanCentrale hydroélectrique au fil de l'eau 35 MWFrance  AFD  50.000EUR20132012-2014
KenyaAppui au d?veloppement des ?nergies renouvelable via le financement d'un sch?ma directeur national et un soutien ? la Geothermal Development Company. Ce programme est associ? ? un financement de 150 M€ concernant la construction de centrales g?othermiques pour une puissance de 280 MW.France  AFDMitigation 56.000EUR20122010-2012
KenyaAppui au d?veloppement des ER via financement du sch?ma directeur national et soutien ? la Geothermal Development CompanyFrance  AFDMitigation 56.000EUR20112010-2012
CameroonVolet d'accompagnement du projet d'hydroélectricité de Lom PangarFrance  AFD  60.000EUR20132012-2014
Nigeriarenforcement de la gestion des ressources en eau en milieu urbain. Le projet vise en particulier la r?habilitation et l’extension de r?seaux d’adduction d’eau potable dans plusieurs villes du pays permettant ? la fois un accroissement de l’acc?s ? l’eau potable et une am?lioration significative des rendements de distribution. France  AFDAdaptation 65.100EUR20122010-2012
NigeriaRéhabilitation de réseaux d'adduction d'eau potableFrance  AFDAdaptation 65.100EUR20112010-2012
IndonesiaAide budgétaire n°4 politique nationale climatFrance  AFDMitigationREDD+75.000EUR20122011-2013
Indonesiaaide budgétaire n°4 politique nationale climatFrance  AFDMitigationREDD+75.000EUR20122011-2013
IndonesiaIl s’agit de la troisi?me tranche d’appui au gouvernement indon?sien. L’AFD met en place depuis 2008 des op?rations (? ce jour en Indon?sie, Mexique, Maurice, Vietnam) visant ? accompagner et promouvoir la mise en oeuvre des strat?gies nationales de lutte contre le changement climatique des pays les plus en pointe au niveau mondial sur les questions climat. L’AFD intervient au travers de pr?ts budg?taires sectoriels ? engagements successifs accompagnant la mise en ?uvre d’une feuille de route des actions prioritaires que le gouvernement a d?cide de mettre en ?uvre. Ces pr?ts budg?taires sectoriels s’accompagnent de programmes de coop?ration technique visant ? accompagner le processus institutionnel et favoriser le dialogue intersectoriel. Ce mode d’intervention d?velopp? en partenariat avec la coop?ration japonaise repr?sente un moyen efficace pour accompagner la strat?gie climat d’un pays en respectant sa souverainet?. France  AFDMitigationREDD+142.000EUR20122010
IndonesiaFinancement de la politique nationale de LCCFrance  AFDMitigationREDD+142.000EUR20112010
EthiopiaEthiopia Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA-E): Building the national capacity and knowledge on climate change resilient adaptation actionsEuropean Union (European Commission)  AFD/GTZAdaptation 8.000EUR20112011-2013
EthiopiaTotal EC Contribution: €13.7M (of which €8M counting as fast start). The overall objective is to contribute towards the construction of a carbon neutral and climate resilient economy .The specific objective is to increase the awareness and capacity of targeted Government institutions both at federal and regional levels and of the rural population at large to deal with climate change. R1: EPA has the institutional capacities to coordinate and mainstream climate change into policy, regulatory and strategic development planning. R2: A knowledge base is developed that allows stakeholders at all levels (national, regional and local) to build resilience to climate change impacts. R3: Climate change activities in the context of CNCR-E have successfully been field tested in the areas of the SLM programme of the MoARD.European Union (European Commission)  AFD/GTZAdaptation 8.000EUR20122011-2013
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Contributing Parties

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartySort by this columnRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
TongaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Tonga: to support local climate change adaptation programs in Pacific Island nations. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional    0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ThailandRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Thailand: to strengthen cooperation on adaptation through the Mekong River Commission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Mekong River Commission (MRC) Climate Change Adaptation Initiative  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ThailandRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Thailand: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Papua New GuineaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Papua New Guinea: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
PalauRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Palau: to support climate change adaptation programs in the Pacific. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Peace Corps volunteers (PCVs)  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Viet NamRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Vietnam: to strengthen cooperation on adaptation through the Mekong River Commission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Mekong River Commission (MRC) Climate Change Adaptation Initiative  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Viet NamRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Vietnam: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Democratic Republic of the CongoRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Democratic Republic of the Congo: to support climate change mitigation in the Virunga landscape. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional    0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
RwandaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Rwanda: to support climate change mitigation in the Virunga landscape. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional    0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
KenyaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Kenya: to evaluate East African farming programs seeking to generate increased carbon storage and access to carbon finance. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional    0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
GambiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including The Gambia: to assist the governance of artisanal fishing through the Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
EthiopiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Ethiopia: to evaluate East African farming programs seeking to generate increased carbon storage and access to carbon finance. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional    0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
SenegalRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Senegal: to assist the governance of artisanal fishing through the Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Lao People's Democratic RepublicRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Laos: to strengthen cooperation on adaptation through the Mekong River Commission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Mekong River Commission (MRC) Climate Change Adaptation Initiative  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
IndonesiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Indonesia: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
IndonesiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Indonesia: to strengthen coordination among the six Coral Triangle (CT) countries in their response to climate change impacts. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional U.S. Coral Triangle Initiative (USCTI) Support Program  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Lao People's Democratic RepublicRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Laos: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Viet NamRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Vietnam: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AlbaniaBilateral ProgramsUnited States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various    0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MexicoRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Mexico: Almost $400,000 to familiarize Colombian and Mexican regulatory and power utility company representatives with the U.S. smart grid through the Latin America and Caribbean Regional Smart Grid Reverse Trade Mission series. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America    0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
SerbiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Serbia: for a regional low-income residential energy efficiency program in Southeast Europe. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various    0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ColombiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Colombia: Almost $400,000 to familiarize Colombian and Mexican regulatory and power utility company representatives with the U.S. smart grid through the Latin America and Caribbean Regional Smart Grid Reverse Trade Mission series. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America    0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Papua New GuineaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Papua New Guinea: to strengthen coordination among the six Coral Triangle (CT) countries in their response to climate change impacts. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional U.S. Coral Triangle Initiative (USCTI) Support Program  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ArmeniaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Armenia: for a regional low-income residential energy efficiency program in Southeast Europe. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various    0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Bosnia and HerzegovinaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Bosnia and Herzegovina: for a regional low-income residential energy efficiency program. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various    0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Solomon IslandsRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Solomon Islands: to strengthen coordination among the six Coral Triangle (CT) countries in their response to climate change impacts. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional U.S. Coral Triangle Initiative (USCTI) Support Program  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ThailandRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Thailand: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Timor-LesteRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Timor-Leste: to strengthen coordination among the six Coral Triangle (CT) countries in their response to climate change impacts. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional U.S. Coral Triangle Initiative (USCTI) Support Program  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MalaysiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Malaysia: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MalaysiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Malaysia: to strengthen coordination among the six Coral Triangle (CT) countries in their response to climate change impacts. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional U.S. Coral Triangle Initiative (USCTI) Support Program  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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Institutions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstituteTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
  European Union1  World Bank: others  3.400EUR20132012
  European Union1  World Bank: others  27.000EUR20112010
  European Union1  World Bank: others  68.600EUR20122011
  SwedenVarious World Bank: Partnership for Market ReadinessMitigation 5.800EUR20132012-2014
Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Viet Namdisbursements end of 2012: 7,000,000 CHFSwitzerlandGlobal World Bank: Partnership for Market Readiness Energy7.000CHF20132010-2012
 World Bank Partnership for Market Readiness: Australia is working with other governments through the World Bank Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR) to build the capacity of countries to develop domestic carbon market instruments to scale up emission reduction efforts and support low carbon development. Helping to develop the essential “readiness” components for these instruments—such as data management, measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) systems and the creation of policy and regulatory frameworks—is a crucial part of the PMR’s work. The PMR, a global partnership of 28 developed and developing countries, has achieved a significant amount since it was established in 2011. It has exceeded its target capitalisation of $US100 million and approved funding for countries to develop detailed carbon market plans and work towards implementation of domestic carbon market instruments. In addition to grant funding and in-country expert support, partner countries build capacity by sharing lessons learned in technical workshops, policy dialogues and virtual knowledge platforms as they look to develop new or improve on existing domestic carbon market instruments.Australia  World Bank: Partnership for Market Readiness  12.500AUD2013 
  European Union1  World Bank: Partnership for Market Readiness  19.700EUR20132012
  European Union1  World Bank: Forest Carbon Partnership Facility's (FCPF) Carbon Fund  19.300EUR20132012
NigeriaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Nigeria, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $250 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaAfrica RegionalClean Technology Fund (CTF)World Bank, the African Development Bank, and the International Finance Corporation  250.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 Build developing country capacity to deploy carbon capture and storage technologies. The UK will provide £60 million of finance from the International Climate Fund (ICF) to support developing countries to develop both the technical and institutional knowledge necessary to enable the deployment of CCS technologies. Financial support would be channelled toward a range of projects with the aim of ensuring sufficient political support is created to pave the way for full scale demonstration and ultimately the deployment of CCSUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandGlobal World Bank, Asian Development BankMitigation 61.563EUR20132012
YemenMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Yemen, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $50 million investment plan under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012United States of AmericaMiddle East World Bank and the International Finance Corporation  50.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
JordanMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Jordan, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $112 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaMiddle EastClean Technology Fund (CTF)World Bank and the International Finance Corporation  112.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
JamaicaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Jamaica, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $25 million investment plan under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank  25.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 To help ensure that approaches to water resources management mainstreamed and better quality and effective water service delivered to developing countriesUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational World Bank Water Partnership ProgramAdaptation 0.860EUR20122010-2011
TajikistanTechnical assistance to start up pilot program for climate resilience (PPCR); Help the government of Tajikistan to make PPCR effective and ensure that climate change resilience is mainstreamed into policies and planning in the governmentUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)Adaptation 0.310EUR20122010-2011
 Australia has also invested A$40 million (of which A$2.4 million is fast-start) in the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience, which aims to demonstrate ways in which climate risk and resilience may be integrated into core development planning and implementation in a range of Pacific countries, including Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Tonga. African countries will also benefit from our contribution to the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience, including Zambia, Niger and Mozambique.Australia  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  2.400AUDUpdate 2011 
 Other multilateral (mixed)Australia  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  2.400AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
  Norway  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  4.300USD20112010
 In partnership with the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Bank, Niger has developed a PPCR investment strategy that uses 50 million in grant funding and 60 million in concessional loans for projects in areas including water resource management, weather and climate forecasting systems, and social and economic infrastructure for high-risk climatic zones.United States of America  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  10.000USD2012Beginning in FY 2011
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting St. Vincent and the Grenadines, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $10 million investment plan under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  10.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
  United States of America  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  18.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
  United States of America  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  55.000USD2011Beginning in FY 2010
  United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)Adaptation 65.680EUR20122011-2012
  European Union1  World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  65.700EUR20122011
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)Multilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Bolivia, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: An $86 million investment plan under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  86.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MozambiqueMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Mozambique, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: An $86 million investment plan under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012. United States of AmericaAfrica Regional World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  86.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
CambodiaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Cambodia, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: An $86 million investment plan under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012.United States of AmericaAsia Regional World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  86.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
NigerMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Niger, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $110 million investment plan under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)  110.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)Adaptation 230.340EUR20122010-2011
HaitiMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Haiti, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: An amount to be determined under the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR); the United States contributed $18.7 million to the PPCR in 2012United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)   USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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Funds

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
  AustraliaGlobalClean Technology Fund (CTF)Climate Investment FundsMitigation 25.000AUDUpdate 2014 
 Australia has invested A$25 million fast-start funding (of an overall commitment of A$100 million) to support the uptake of clean technology.The CTF has a number of programs which are providing assistance to the Asian region, including programs doubling Indonesia's geothermal power capacity and reducing emissions in the Philippines by 3.7 million tonnes. African countries have also benefited from the CTF, with investments in concentrated solar power (CSP) in the Middle East and North Africa to double worldwide CSP capacity.Australia Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   25.000AUDUpdate 2011 
 Other multilateral (mixed)Australia Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   25.000AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
WorldA third of France's loan contribution to the Clean Technology Fund, which will be fully disbursed (203Meur) in December 2010. For the purpose of this reporting, it is split over the three years of the fast start period.France Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20122010-2012
WorldClean Technology FundFrance Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20122011-2013
GlobalClean Technology FundFrance Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20112010-2012
WorldClean Technology FundFrance Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20122011-2013
Chile, India, NigeriaCanada is contributing $200 million in fast-start financing to the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) of the Climate Investments Funds (with $100 million delivered in Canada's fical year 2011/12 and $100 million in 2012/13). The Climate Investment Funds are a pair of funds to help developing countries pilot low-emissions and climate-resilient development. Canada was already a leading contributor in the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) of the CIFs, with $100M provided as a grant over 2008/09-2009/10. The CTF promotes scaled-up financing for demonstration, deployment and transfer of low-carbon technologies with significant potential for long-term greenhouse gas emissions savings. Consistent with a decision of the CIF Board, Canada's contribution to the CTF will support the investment plans of projects in Chile, Nigeria and India.CanadaCaribbean, Latin AmericaClean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 100.000CAD2012FY 2011/2012
GlobalSupport the demonstration, deployment and transfer of low caron technologiesCanadaCaribbean, Latin AmericaClean Technology Fund (CTF)  Multi-sector100.000CAD2012FY 2012/2013
JordanMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Jordan, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $112 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaMiddle EastClean Technology Fund (CTF)World Bank and the International Finance Corporation  112.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Global Germany2 Clean Technology Fund (CTF)World BankMitigationTechnology125.000EUR2011
GlobalThe CTF is part of the Cllimate Investment Funds (CIFs) and finances scaled-up demonstration, deployment and transfer of low carbon technologies.Germany Clean Technology Fund (CTF)World BankMitigationTechnology125.000EUR20122011
GlobalThe CTF is part of the Cllimate Investment Funds (CIFs) and finances scaled-up demonstration, deployment and transfer of low carbon technologies.Germany Clean Technology Fund (CTF)World BankMitigationTechnology125.000EUR20122010
MoroccoMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Morocco, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $150 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), plus an additional $197 million for a regional project; the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaMiddle EastClean Technology Fund (CTF)African Development Bank, the International Finance Corporation, and the World Bank  150.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ColombiaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Colombia, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $150 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin AmericaClean Technology Fund (CTF)Inter-American Development Bank and the World Bank  150.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AlgeriaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Algeria, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $160 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaMiddle EastClean Technology Fund (CTF)African Development Bank, the International Finance Corporation, and the World Bank  160.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 contribution to multilateral fund for low carbon developmentUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternationalClean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 172.850EUR20122011-2012
 "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternationalClean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 176.750EUR20122010-2011
  United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternationalClean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 176.750EUR20112010-2011
  United States of America Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   185.000USD2013FY 2011
 Among the investments approved by the CTF was for Egypt to continue to partner with the African Development Bank (AfDB), the International Finance Corporation (IFC), and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) to implement a Clean Technology Fund (CTF) investment plan that uses 300 million in concessional CTF financing to mobilize more than 1.9 billion in total investments in wind power and sustainable urban transportation.United States of America Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   185.000USD2012Beginning in FY 2011
TunisiaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Tunisia, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $186 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012United States of AmericaMiddle EastClean Technology Fund (CTF)African Development Bank, the International Finance Corporation, and the World Bank  186.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ChileMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Chile, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $200 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin AmericaClean Technology Fund (CTF)   200.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 Supporting scaled-up financing for the demonstration, deployment and transfer of low-carbon technologies: The CTF Trust Fund Committee committed these and other recent contributions to the investment plans of Chile, India and Nigeria. Final disbursements of resources to these and other plans will depend on the roll-out of the CTF project pipeline; Approved to date; Funding: 200.00Canada Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   200.000CAD2013Contributed in FY2011-2012 and FY2012-2013
KazakhstanMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Kazakhstan, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $200 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaAsia RegionalClean Technology Fund (CTF)European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the International Finance Corporation  200.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
  United States of America Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   229.600USD2013FY 2012
 The United States contributed $230 million in FY 2012 to the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), which helps to catalyze clean energy investments in developing countries with rapidly growing emissions by promoting energy efficiency in transport, industry and agriculture. The United States contributed $185 million to the CTF in FY 2011 and $300 million in FY 2010.United States of America Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   230.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
NigeriaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Nigeria, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $250 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaAfrica RegionalClean Technology Fund (CTF)World Bank, the African Development Bank, and the International Finance Corporation  250.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
PhilippinesMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Philippines, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $250 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaAsia RegionalClean Technology Fund (CTF)Asian Development Bank and the World Bank  250.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Viet NamMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Vietnam, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $250 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012. United States of AmericaAsia RegionalClean Technology Fund (CTF)Asian Development Bank and the World Bank  250.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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Regions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
 grantAustriaMulti, Sub-Sahara Africa AEE - INTECMitigationCapacity building0.990EUR20132012-2015
 The purpose of IFC Sustainable Business advisory services is to contribute to the creation of inclusive, environmentally and socially sustainable, and efficient markets. SBA works at the firm level to pilot business models which address barriers to low carbon investment and enable scale; Building on these firm-level engagements, IFC seeks replication and market transformation by engaging: i) at the sector level to address barriers to scale-up of low carbon technologies and approaches; and ii) at the market level to create the enabling environment that supports the private sector to adopt low carbon investment.AustriaGlobal International Finance Corporation (IFC)MitigationCapacity building1.000EUR20132011-2013
 grantAustriaMulti, Sub-Sahara Africa Finland, MFAMitigationCapacity building1.000EUR20132012-2013
 grantAustriaGlobal MiscAdaptationCapacity building1.200EUR20132010-2012
 grantAustriaWestern Balkans OSCEAdaptationCapacity building1.300EUR20132012-2015
 The Project aims at improvement of operational processes to make more efficient use of inputs such as energy, raw materials and water along a company's value chain. In addition to the reduction of costs and pollution, effective CP is a mitigation tool leading to decrease greenhouse gas emissions.AustriaCentral Asia, Southeastern Europe International Finance Corporation (IFC)MitigationCapacity building1.400EUR20122010-2013
 The Project aims at improvement of operational processes to make more efficient use of inputs such as energy, raw materials and water along a company’s value chain. In addition to the reduction of costs and pollution, effective CP is a mitigation tool leading to decrease greenhouse gas emissions.AustriaCentral Asia, Southeastern Europe International Finance Corporation (IFC)MitigationCapacity building1.400EUR20132010-2013
Kenya, Uganda, United Republic of TanzaniaKenya, United Republic of Tanzania, Uganda: This project focuses on capacity and institution building of public institutions, project developers, industry representatives and financial institutions to engage in developing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and to enhance coordination between public-private stakeholders in Kenya, United Republic of Tanzania and Uganda. Furthermore, innovative investment transactions are introduced at local financial institutions to increase lending to energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that are typically considered too risky to finance.AustriaAfrica Regional EIB/IFCAdaptationCapacity building2.000EUR20132011-2013
 Integrated Solid Waste Management Program (ISWMP) will address the financial, training, consulting, and market needs of the waste management/recycling sector, focusing on solid waste; focus its activities on government, municipalities, public and business stakeholders involved in the waste management by strengthening institutional and human capacity, helping to increase investments and improving operation of the waste management industry in the region;AustriaSouth Caucasus, Western Balkans EBRDMitigationCapacity building2.000EUR20132010-2012
Kenya, Uganda, United Republic of TanzaniaThis project focuses on capacity and institution building of public institutions, project developers, industry representatives and financial institutions to engage in developing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and to enhance coordination between public-private stakeholders in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Furthermore, innovative investment transactions are introduced at local financial institutions to increase lending to energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that are typically considered too risky to finance.AustriaAfrica Regional EIB/IFCAdaptationCapacity building2.000EUR20122011-2013
 PPIAF provides grants to help African countries use public private partnerships in efforts to address climate change related problems through improved infrastructure service delivery. PPIAF develops appropriate policy strategies, action plans and regulations that incorporate adaption and mitigation measures to attract private sector climate finance in low-carbon, climate-resilient infrastructure PPPs.AustriaAfrica Regional PPIAFAdaptationCapacity building2.000EUR20122011-2013
 Integrated Solid Waste Management Program (ISWMP) will address the financial, training, consulting, and market needs of the waste management/recycling sector, focusing on solid waste; focus its activities on government, municipalities, public and business stakeholders involved in the waste management by strengthening institutional and human capacity, helping to increase investments and improving operation of the waste management industry in the region;AustriaSouth Caucasus, Western Balkans EBRDMitigationCapacity building2.000EUR20122010-2012
 grantAustriaGlobal World BankAdaptationCapacity building2.000EUR20132012-2015
 EBRD Energy Efficiency Supporting TA ProgrammeAustriaSouth Caucasus, Western Balkans EBRDMitigationCapacity building2.000EUR20112010-2012
 PPIAF provides grants to help African countries use public private partnerships in efforts to address climate change related problems through improved infrastructure service delivery. PPIAF develops appropriate policy strategies, action plans and regulations that incorporate adaption and mitigation measures to attract private sector climate finance in low-carbon, climate-resilient infrastructure PPPs.AustriaAfrica Regional PPIAFAdaptationCapacity building2.000EUR20132011-2013
Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Indonesia, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Viet NamCapacity Building for Climate Observing Systems (CATCOS); disbursements end of 2012: 1,576,775 CHFSwitzerlandGlobal  AdaptationCapacity building2.300CHF20132010-2012
 grantAustriaWestern Balkans International Finance Corporation (IFC)AdaptationCapacity building2.700EUR20132013-2016
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Georgia, Mozambique, Serbia, Uganda, United Republic of TanzaniaCentral America (regional project), Southeast Asia (regional project) : Will be provided at a later stageAustriaCentral America, Southeast Asia -AdaptationCapacity building3.900EUR2013-
  The Global Gender and Climate Alliance brings together key UN actors in the field of international environmental and development policy to address the question of gender and climate change. Its main goal is a more widespread recognition of a gender perspective in decision making and policy planning related to climate change. Participation of women government delegates to UNFCCC negotiations is supported through the Women Delegates Fund. The project also helps countries to develop different national strategies (such as NAPAs) in a gender responsive manner.FinlandGlobal Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA) Capacity building, Gender5.200EUR20132010-2014
 Conference: Climate change adaptation, challenge and opportunity for the Caucasus; 2011/464/9087; Realisation: 2011; Completed LiechtensteinCaucasus REC-Caucasus Capacity building, Good Governance0.045USD2013May 2010 - May 2013
 Conference: Climate change adaptation - challenge and opportunity for the Caucasus; 2011/464/9087; Realization: 2011; CompletedLiechtensteinCaucasus Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) Capacity building, Good Governance0.045USD20122011
 Overall objective is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally in a cost effective manner by scaling up of the use of carbon market mechanisms in developing countries. Specific objective is to improve capacity of developing countries to develop and implEuropean Union (European Commission)Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America World Bank Carbon market mechanisms5.000EUR20122011-2014
 Partnership for Market Readiness; Pilot countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America (to be defined)European Union (European Commission)Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America World Bank Carbon market mechanisms5.000EUR20112011-2014
 Pilot countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America (to be defined): Overall objective is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally in a cost effective manner by scaling up of the use of carbon market mechanisms in developing countries. Specific objective is to improve capacity of developing countries to develop and implEuropean Union (European Commission)Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America World Bank Carbon market mechanisms5.000EUR20132011-2014
 Supporting the deployment of clean cookstoves. This fast-start contribution was part of a $1.9M total contribution, with $100,000 issued from other grant resources. Grant Financing.CanadaGlobal Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves Clean energy1.800CAD2013 
 Technical assistance for the development of nationally appropriate mitigation actions. Please see Table 5 for a detailed project breakdown. Grant Financing.CanadaAfrica Regional, Caribbean, Latin America Environment Canada Clean energy9.830CAD2013 
 Supporting the implementation of projects that will reduce the emissions of short-lived climate pollutants in developing countries. Grant Financing.CanadaGlobal Climate Clean Air Coalition Clean energy13.000CAD2013 
 Supporting United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) activities; Grant Financing.CanadaGlobalUNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation  Crosscutting issues1.000CAD2013 
 Supporting United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) activities; Grant Financing.CanadaGlobalUNFCCC Supplementary Fund  Crosscutting issues1.650CAD2013 
 Supporting start-up costs and capacity-building activities, including adaptation. Grant Financing.CanadaGlobal Climate Technology Centre and Network Crosscutting issues2.500CAD2013 
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Type/Activity

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, ZambiaThe Daey Ouwens fund works together with Senter Novem on the transfer of small scale renewable energy initiatives in 18 African countries. The initiatives vary between EUR 140 000 and EUR 2.200.000 and include Jatropha oil, solar power, biomass, micro-hydro power.Netherlands  Daey Ouwens Fund / Senter NovemMitigationTechnology14.730EUR20122010-2014
Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, ZambiaKnowledge and technologyNetherlands  CDKN / WRI / Daey Ouwens Fund / Senter NovemAdaptation, MitigationTechnology27.700EUR20112010-2014
Albania Norway   Mitigation 0.011USD20112010
Albania Norway   Mitigation 0.011USD2013Total 2010-2012
AlbaniaTwo demonstration energy projects - heat pumps (watter-watter)Slovenia  NGOsMitigationInvestment project0.020EUR20122010-2011
Albania2010 and 2011 disbursmentSlovenia  NGOsMitigationInvestment project0.032EUR20132010-2011
Albania Norway   Adaptation, Mitigation 0.310USD2013Total 2010-2012
Albania Norway   Adaptation, Mitigation 0.310USD2013Disbursed 2012
AlbaniaThe project will fund two type of activities: environment-oriented activities (waste collection in 5 selected municipalities + setup of an intermunicipal environment office + construction of new city gardens); community-oriented activities (construction of 5 nursery schools).Italy  COSPE (NGO) REDD+0.558EUR20132009-2012
AlbaniaEnvironmental requalification of Scutari Watershed (RiVA)Italy  Responsabile APQ Balcani: Regione PiemonteAdaptation 0.800EUR20132009-2012
AlbaniaThe project will fund two type of activities: environment-oriented activities (waste collection in 5 selected municipalities + setup of an intermunicipal environment office + construction of new city gardens); community-oriented activities (construction of 5 nursery schools).Italy  COSPE (NGO) REDD+0.840EUR20122009-2012
AlbaniaMise en place d'un syst?me d'Indications G?ographiques pour des productions provenant des zones de montagne balkanique (Chataigne, Moutons, …) afin de valoriser le potentiel ?conomique de ces r?gions au b?n?fice des populations locales. Le projet donnera les moyens aux acteurs du d?veloppement des zones de montagne de la r?gion balkanique de faire de la conservation de la biodiversit? une composante centrale de leurs strat?gies de d?veloppement. Le projet vise ? la valorisation, en Albanie et dans les pays limitrophes, et plus particuli?rement ceus des r?gions montagneuses, qui sont aujourd'hui expos?es au ph?nom?nes de d?sertification humaine en faveur des villes et du littoral.France  French GEF REDD+1.200EUR20122010-2012
AlbaniaMise en place d'un système d'Indications Géographiques pour des productions provenant des zones de montagne balkanique (Chataigne, Moutons, …) afin de valoriser le potentiel économique de ces régions au bénéfice des populations locales. Le projet donnera les moyens aux acteurs du développement des zones de montagne de la région balkanique de faire de la conservation de la biodiversité une composante centrale de leurs stratégies de développement. Le projet vise à la valorisation, en Albanie et dans les pays limitrophes, et plus particulièrement ceus des régions montagneuses, qui sont aujourd'hui exposées au phénomènes de désertification humaine en faveur des villes et du littoral.France  French GEF REDD+1.200EUR20132010-2012
AlbaniaProtection zones montagneuses Albanie et pays limitrophes**France  French GEFMitigationREDD+1.200EUR20112010-2012
AlbaniaProject for Tirana Thematic Urban PlanningJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptation, MitigationOther1.522USD2013Jun - 2011
AlbaniaStrenghtening of the capacities of the Albanian Ministry of Environment in sustainable management and conservation of biodiversity in Protected Areas and management of hazardous waste.Italy  IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature REDD+1.994EUR20132011-2013
AlbaniaWeltbank Albania Coastal Zone Program (ICZMCP)/Land FillAustria  World BankMitigation 2.000EUR20112010-2012
AlbaniaThe objective of the technical assistance is to improve the energy performance of buildings in three Russian districts. The TA aims at improving the legal and regulatory framework, build capacities in the public and banking sector and raise public awareness to help improve the energy performance of buildings in Russia and encourage households to reduce their energy consumption.Austria  World BankMitigation 2.000EUR20122010-2012
AlbaniaThe objective of the technical assistance is to improve the energy performance of buildings in three Russian districts. The TA aims at improving the legal and regulatory framework, build capacities in the public and banking sector and raise public awareness to help improve the energy performance of buildings in Russia and encourage households to reduce their energy consumption.Austria  World BankMitigation 2.000EUR20132010-2012
AlbaniaInstitutional Support to the Albanian Ministry of Environment for Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation and Use in Protected Areas and the Management of Hazardous WasteItaly  IUCN - International Union for Conservation of NatureAdaptation 2.220EUR20112010-2012
AlbaniaStrenghtening of the capacities of the Albanian Ministry of Environment in sustainable management and conservation of biodiversity in Protected Areas and management of hazardous waste.Italy  IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature REDD+2.220EUR20122011-2013
Albania Norway   Mitigation  USD2013Disbursed 2012
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Ukraine"""SYNENERGY"""Greece  Hellenic Centre for Renwable Energy Sources (CRES)Mitigation 0.900EUR20112010
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, UkraineThe objectives of the project include: Promotion of the use of RES for electricity and heat production, Promotion of EE in residential and public buildings, scientific and business cooperation for RES and E.E, Support to the development of an institutional and legislative framework for supporting RES and EE investments, Development aof a regional RES and EE technologies and services market. The project is co-financed by USAID.Greece  Hellenic Centre for Renwable Energy Sources (CRES)Mitigation 0.900EUR20122010
Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, UkraineThe objectives of the project include: Promotion of the use of RES for electricity and heat production, Promotion of EE in residential and public buildings, scientific and business cooperation for RES and E.E, Support to the development of an institutional and legislative framework for supporting RES and EE investments, Development aof a regional RES and EE technologies and services market. The project is co-financed by USAID.Greece  Hellenic Centre for Renwable Energy Sources (CRES)Mitigation 0.900EUR20132010
Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaBased on bilateral agreements between the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea and the Ministries of Environment /Energy of the countries,with the participation of UNEP, the Program covers various projects including capacity building, the promotion of renewable energies and energy efficiency, the spread of thermal solar systems, methane recovery, the support for sustainable agriculture practices, sustainable tourism, system of sustainable mobility, adaptation measures in coastal areasItalyBalkans Various depending on the specific projectAdaptation, Mitigation 1.640EUR2012Various depending on the specific project
Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaBased on bilateral agreements between the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea and the Ministries of Environment /Energy of the countries,with the participation of UNEP, the Program covers various projects including capacity building, the pItalyBalkans Various depending on the specific projectAdaptation, Mitigation 2.905EUR2013Various depending on the specific project
Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, The former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaBalcanic climate initiativesItaly  Various depending on the specific projectAdaptation, Mitigation 6.800EUR2011Various depending on the specific project
AlgeriaSahara Solar Energy Reserarch Center(SSERC)Japan3  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy sector0.090USD2012Nov 2010
AlgeriaSahara Solar Energy Reserarch Center(SSERC)Japan   MitigationRenewable energy sector0.090USD2011Nov 2010
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1 Note for European Union. In some cases information is only a sample of projects that has been made available, thus the individual figures do not necessarily add up to the sum total made available by a specific Member State.

2 Note for Germany 2011.

3 Note for Japan 2012.