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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
South Africa NorwayAfrica Regional  Adaptation 0.109USD20122011
TogoImplementing the Cooperative Framework between ODEF and the Stakeholders for the Effective Participatory and Sustainable Management of the Eto-Lilicope Forest Complex (ITTO)JapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries ITTOMitigationForestry, REDD0.111USD2013Nov - 2011
United Republic of TanzaniaProject for Supporting Rice Industry Development in TanzaniaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.113USD2013Oct - 2012
AngolaRevitalizaion of Rice Production in AngolaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.122USD2013Mar - 2012
AngolaCapacity development for CDMJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationOther0.122USD2013Jul - 2010
TunisiaCapacity Building for Irrigation Management and Efficient Water Resources ManagementJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.122USD2013Oct - 2010
AngolaProject for Rice DevelopmentJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.130USD2013Mar - 2012
BotswanaDesign of regionally adaptable energy system in BotswanaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy0.130USD2013Mar - 2011
EgyptProject for Strengthening Water Management TransferJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.139USD2013Nov - 2012
BotswanaForest Resource Management based on Sharing with Community and WildlifeJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptation, MitigationForestry0.139USD2013Mar - 2012
Uganda NorwayAfrica Regional  Adaptation 0.144USD20122011
NigeriaIn-country Training Program on Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Katsina and BauchiJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.165USD2013Apr - 2011
Togo NorwayAfrica Regional  Mitigation 0.171USD20122011
Côte d'IvoireFS: Introducing small scale water purification systemsJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustriesAdaptationOther0.174USD2013Jun - 2012
SomaliaFS:Spreading of solar lanterns which make contributions in solving social problemsJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustriesAdaptationOther0.174USD2013Aug - 2012
United Republic of TanzaniaFS: Fertilizers with amino acids on problems such as damage to crops from high temperaturesJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustriesAdaptationOther0.174USD2013Aug - 2012
GhanaSustainable, Mixed and Pure Forest Plantation Development in the Transitional Zone of Ghana's Biakoye District Assembly, Employing Poverty Reduction StrategiesJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries ITTOMitigationForestry0.174USD2013Nov - 2012
KenyaFS: Introducing water purification systems using electrolysis with solar energyJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustriesAdaptationRenewable energy0.174USD2013Jun - 2012
MalawiComprehensive Rural Development Project based on Transfer of Environment-friendly Agricultural Technology and Improvement of Public Health (I)JapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.183USD2013Feb - 2011
GhanaEnhancing capacity for rice breedingJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.183USD2013Jan - 2010
MozambiqueAdvisor on forestry managementJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationForestry, REDD0.183USD2013Jul - 2010
RwandaAssistance to Vulnerable Communities in the Gishwati Forest area in collaboration with IFRCJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs IFRCAdaptationHealth, Prevention of Disaster and Rehabilitation0.200USD2013Dec - 2010
UgandaRecovery and Disaster Risk Reduction against Floods in UgandaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs IFRCAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.200USD2013Feb - 2012
EgyptTraining for irrigation and drainageJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.200USD2013Sep - 2010
Sierra LeoneDispatch of Expert on Water Supply Management for Rural TownsJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.200USD2013Feb - 2012
GabonRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Gabon: for a program to reduce deforestation and forest degradation in the Monte Alen-Monte de Cristal Forest Landscape in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. 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    0.200USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Equatorial GuineaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Equatorial Guinea: for a program to reduce deforestation and forest degradation in the Monte Alen-Monte de Cristal Forest Landscape in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. 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    0.200USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
GabonBilateral ProgramsUnited States of AmericaAfrica Regional    0.200USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
EthiopiaSemi-Arid/Lowland Forestry Development ProjectJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.209USD2013Oct - 2012
EthiopiaSemi-Arid/Lowland Forestry Development ProjectJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptation, MitigationForestry, REDD0.209USD2013Sep - 2011
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Contributing Parties

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeSort by this columnActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
EthiopiaLivelihood support programme, diversifying peoples livelihoods, increasoing their resilience through development of sustainable agri tourism industry.Ireland  TESFAAdaptation 0.020EUR20132011
Malawi, Swaziland, Zambia, ZimbabweWeather-Index based Crop InsuranceSwitzerland   Adaptation 0.020CHF20122011
GlobalThe program addresses the challenges posed by energy security, poverty reduction and climate change through its core functions as a think thank and knowledge clearing house, but also through operational leveraging. ESMAP assists low- and middle-income countries to promote environmentally sustainable enery solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth. ESMAP offers pre-investment activities such as analytical and advisory activities, studies, pilot projects, conferences, trainings and workshops, but not investments themselves. A priori the potential of investements are analysed, while ex post best practices are gathered, evaluations are undertaken and knowledge is transferred.Lithuania  World BankAdaptation 0.020EUR20122010
EthiopiaLivelihood support programme, diversifying peoples livelihoods, increasoing their resilience through development of sustainable agri tourism industry.Ireland  TESFAAdaptation 0.020EUR20122011
 Provision of funding for the participation of developing country representatives. The conference will take stock and look at way frowards for sustainable mountain development - particularly against the backdrog of climate change challenges and the promotion of a climate-resilient green economy.AustriaBilateral unallocated CONDESANAdaptation 0.020EUR20122011
 The program addresses the challenges posed by energy security, poverty reduction and climate change through its core functions as a think thank and knowledge clearing house, but also through operational leveraging. ESMAP assists low- and middle-income countries to promote environmentally sustainable enery solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth. ESMAP offers pre-investment activities such as analytical and advisory activities, studies, pilot projects, conferences, trainings and workshops, but not investments themselves. A priori the potential of investements are analysed, while ex post best practices are gathered, evaluations are undertaken and knowledge is transferred.LithuaniaGlobal World BankAdaptation 0.020EUR20132010
SingaporeThe trainig for integrated water resources and environment management policyJapan   AdaptationWater and Sanitation0.020USD2011Aug 2010
SingaporeThe trainig for integrated water resources and environment management policyJapan3  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.020USD2012Aug 2010
 UK COLLABORATIVE ON DEVELOPMENT SCIENCES - DISASTER RESEARCHUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational  Adaptation 0.020EUR20112010-2011
ArmeniaImprovement of the water supply system in the rural areaPoland  Ministry of Foreign AffairsAdaptation 0.020EUR20132012
 To conduct a short, high-level review of ongoing and planned work on natural hazards, extreme events and disaster researchUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational UK collaborative on development sciences - disaster researchAdaptation 0.020EUR20122010-2011
 Provision of funding for the participation of Germanyveloping country representatives. The conference will take stock and look at way frowards for sustainable mountain development - particularly against the backdrog of climate change challenges and the promotion of a climate-resilient green economy.AustriaBilateral unallocated CONDESANAdaptation 0.020EUR20132011
Bhutan NorwayAsia Regional  Adaptation 0.021USD20122011
Cambodia NorwayAsia Regional  Adaptation 0.021USD20122011
Cape VerdeTechnical Assistance for the process of developing plans to manage protected areas on the island of MaioSpain  Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID)Adaptation 0.022EUR20132012
PhilippinesThis project aims to prevent soil erosion by building canals which will collect flood water caused by typhoons in the rainy season and dispose of it without causing further damage to the neighbouring local community.Malta   Adaptation 0.024EUR20132012
 To help develop methodology and approach to climate change adaptation at national levelsUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational  Adaptation 0.024EUR20132010-11
BelarusStrengthening of the administrative capacity of environmental protection in the Republic of Belarus to develop policies and implement environmental law consistent with European standards in a manner commensurate with the principles of good governancePoland  Ministry of EnvironmentAdaptation 0.025EUR20132010
GlobalThe program addresses the challenges posed by energy security, poverty reduction and climate change through its core functions as a think thank and knowledge clearing house, but also through operational leveraging. ESMAP assists low- and middle-income countries to promote environmentally sustainable enery solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth. ESMAP offers pre-investment activities such as analytical and advisory activities, studies, pilot projects, conferences, trainings and workshops, but not investments themselves. A priori the potential of investements are analysed, while ex post best practices are gathered, evaluations are undertaken and knowledge is transferred.Lithuania  World BankAdaptation 0.025EUR20122011
Mali Norway   Adaptation 0.025USD20112010
Pacific Small Island Developing StatesThe project focused on preparing small island states for the Bali process. In the period 2008/2009 it involved: 1. An international conference on climate change diplomacy; 2. The development of an online course on climate change; and 3. Delivery of onliMalta  DiploFoundationAdaptationCapacity building0.025EUR2012The project ran from 2008 to 2010. The funds for 2010 were allocated from Fast-Start financing.
SIDSClimate Change Diplomacy ProjectMalta  DiploFoundationAdaptationCapacity building0.025EUR2011The project ran from 2008 to 2010. The funds for 2010 were allocated from Fast-Start financing.
SIDSThe project focused on preparing small island states for the Bali process. In the period 2008/2009 it involved: 1. An international conference on climate change diplomacy; 2. The development of an online course on climate change; and 3. Delivery of onliMalta  DiploFoundationAdaptationCapacity building0.025EUR20132008-2010
 The program addresses the challenges posed by energy security, poverty reduction and climate change through its core functions as a think thank and knowledge clearing house, but also through operational leveraging. ESMAP assists low- and middle-income countries to promote environmentally sustainable enery solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth. ESMAP offers pre-investment activities such as analytical and advisory activities, studies, pilot projects, conferences, trainings and workshops, but not investments themselves. A priori the potential of investements are analysed, while ex post best practices are gathered, evaluations are undertaken and knowledge is transferred.LithuaniaGlobal World BankAdaptation 0.025EUR20132011
PhilippinesExtensive Irrigation Technical Management Transfer ProjectJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.026USD2013Jun - 2012
ParaguayExpert for improvement of water supply and sewerage systemJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.026USD2013Jan - 2010
Solomon IslandsWater resource conservation management in islands areaJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.026USD2013Jul - 2010
 Project on Capacity Development for Disaster Risk Management in Central America "Bosai", Phase 2JapanCentral America, North America, South America Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationPrevention of Disaster and Rehabilitation0.026USD2013Oct - 2012
TajikistanExpert on well drilling technology for enhancement of groundwater development in Hamadoni District of Khatlon RegionJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.026USD2013May - 2012
United Republic of TanzaniaExpert for Irrigation Human Resource DevelopmentJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.026USD2013Sep - 2012
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Institutions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstituteTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
EgyptMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Egypt, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $300 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), plus an additional $95 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  300.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 Renewable Projects in Latin AmericaJapan3Latin America JBICMitigationRenewable energy sector300.000USD2012Mar 2011
IndiaDelhi Mass Rapid Transport System Project Phase II (V)Japan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationEnergy and resource saving292.522USD2013Mar - 2010
 Concessional financing to support private sector clean energy projectsCanada  International Finance Corporation (IFC) Clean energy285.720CAD2012FY 2010/2011
GlobalCanada's fast-start financing is providing support to the International Finance Corporation (IFC) for a broad portfolio of clean energy projects in developing countries. IFC uses this Fund for investments and advisory services to address private clean energy investment barriers, and serves a catalytic role to enable clean energy initiatives to move forward. In addition to this fast-start contribution, Canada provided $5.83 million to the IFC in year 1 to help remove barriers to private clean energy investment and build technical expertise in developing countries. Canada  International Finance Corporation (IFC)Mitigation 285.720CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
IndiaYamuna Action Plan Project (III)Japan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationWater Pollution Prevention284.791USD2013Feb - 2011
IndiaNew and Renewable Energy Development ProjectJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy260.870USD2013Jun - 2011
IndiaMicro, Small and Medium Enterprises Energy Saving Project (II)Japan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationEnergy and resource saving260.870USD2013Jun - 2011
KenyaOlkaria I Unit 4 and 5 Geothermal Power projectJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy256.661USD2013Mar - 2010
KenyaOlkaria I Unit 4 and 5 Geothermal Power projectJapan3  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy sector256.660USD2012Mar 2010
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
South AfricaDevelopment/Export FinanceUnited States of AmericaAfrica Regional Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)  250.000USDUpdate 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
UzbekistanTalimarjan Thermal Power Station Extension ProjectJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationEnergy and resource saving238.461USD2013May - 2010
UzbekistanTalimarjan Thermal Power Station Extension ProjectJapan3  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationEnergy and resource saving238.460USD2012May 2010
IndonesiaClimate Change Program Loan (III)Japan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptation, MitigationGeneral236.478USD2013Jun - 2010
BrazilBNDES (incl. Promissory notes)Norway  Brazilian Development Bank - Forest initiativeMitigation 236.000USD20112010
IndonesiaLumut Balai Geothermal Power Plant ProjectJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy234.487USD2013Mar - 2010
 "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational World Bank Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR)Adaptation 230.340EUR20122010-2011
IndonesiaHigh energy efficient thermal power plant project in West JavaJapan  Ministry of Finance JBICMitigationEnergy and resource saving214.000USD2013Mar - 2010
IndiaKolkata East-West Metro Project (II)Japan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationEnergy and resource saving203.496USD2013Mar - 2010
 The Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in the Americas is a new fund that will co-finance, together with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) and/or the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) resources, select private sector projects that do not benefit from a sovereign guarantee and require concessional loans or guarantees in order to be viable. The Fund investments may include, but are not limited to, renewable energy, energy efficiency, transportation, greenhouse gas emission reduction and abatement projects including forestry, agriculture and land-use changes, as well as projects associated with adapting to climate change vulnerabilities. This contribution is part of a $250 million contribution, with $50 million to be delivered in year 3.CanadaCaribbean, Latin America Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in the Americas at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Multi-sector200.000CAD2012FY 2011/2012
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
PeruDevelopment/Export FinanceUnited States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)  193.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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
BrazilRenewable Projects in BrasilJapan  Ministry of Finance JBICMitigationRenewable energy180.000USD2013Mar - 2011
 Renewable Projects in Latin AmericaJapanLatin America Ministry of Finance JBICMitigationRenewable energy180.000USD2013Mar - 2011
IndiaEnergy efficiency and renewable energy projects in India with ICICI Bank Limited.Japan  Ministry of Finance JBICMitigationEnergy and resource saving, Renewable energy180.000USD2013Feb - 2012
Viet NamSouthern Binh Duong Province Water Environment Improvement Project - Phase IIJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation173.574USD2013Mar - 2012
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Funds

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
 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 
WorldClean Technology FundFrance Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20122011-2013
WorldClean Technology FundFrance Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20122011-2013
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
GlobalClean Technology FundFrance Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20112010-2012
GlobalSupport the demonstration, deployment and transfer of low caron technologiesCanadaCaribbean, Latin AmericaClean Technology Fund (CTF)  Multi-sector100.000CAD2012FY 2012/2013
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
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
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
 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
  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
  European Union1 Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   263.400EUR20132012
  European Union1 Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 292.000EUR20112010
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Regions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
Ethiopia NorwayAfrica Regional  Adaptation, Mitigation 0.073USD20122011
UgandaTraining for hydropower developmentJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy0.078USD2013Aug - 2010
EthiopiaInfection Countermeasure through the supply aid of health service, safe water, sanitation and nutrition in collaboration with UNICEFJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs UNICEFAdaptationHealth0.078USD2013Jan - 2011
KenyaSupport project for forest and water environment preservation in KenyaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesMitigationForestry, REDD0.078USD2013Apr - 2011
 AFRICA CLIMATE CHANGE RESOURCE FACILITYUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional   Unknown0.080EUR20112010-2011
 To enable flexible limited scale support to country partners in the near term to catalyse initial assessment, informed dialogue and action on addressing climate variability and changeUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional Africa Climate Change Resource Facility All0.080EUR20122010-2011
 To enable flexible limited scale support to country partners in the near term to catalyse initial assessment, informed dialogue and action on addressing climate variability and changeUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional    0.082EUR20132010-2011
 Bioenergy provision within agroforestry system in East AfricaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs CGIARMitigationRenewable energy0.087USD2013Dec - 2010
KenyaIrrigation Policy AdvisorJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.087USD2013Jul - 2011
KenyaSupport project for forest and water environment preservation in KenyaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesMitigationForestry, REDD0.087USD2013Apr - 2010
 Improving the water and nutrient use efficiency of crops under dry savannah and Sahel regions in AfricaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs CGIARAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.096USD2013Dec - 2010
 Bioenergy provision within agroforestry system in East AfricaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs CGIARMitigationRenewable energy0.096USD2013Feb - 2010
MozambiqueReduction of climate change impacts in coastal zonesJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationOther0.096USD2013Sep - 2010
Eritrea NorwayAfrica Regional  Adaptation, Mitigation 0.097USD20122011
GabonZoning and Sustainable Development of the Minkebe Protected Area Towards the Protection of Transboundary Conservation Corridors between Gabon, Cameroon and the CongoJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs ITTOAdaptation, MitigationForestry, REDD0.099USD2013Dec - 2010
United Republic of TanzaniaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Tanzania: to support community-based carbon monitoring through the African Biodiversity Collaborative Group. 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 African Biodiversity Collaborative Group  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
KenyaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Kenya: to support community-based carbon monitoring through the African Biodiversity Collaborative Group. 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 African Biodiversity Collaborative Group  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
UgandaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Uganda: to support community-based carbon monitoring through the African Biodiversity Collaborative Group. 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 African Biodiversity Collaborative Group  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 Strengthen the cooperative management and development of trans boundary river basins in Africa (selection of priority basins to be determined). The programme is funded through and managed by the World Bank.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional World BankAdaptation 0.103EUR20132012
South AfricaTraining Program on High-Speed Railway Development in the Republic of South Africa.JapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationOther0.104USD2013Oct - 2010
ZimbabweIrrigation Development and Management AdvisorJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.104USD2013May - 2012
 Increase Africa voice and influence for a new international climate change agreement.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional    0.105EUR20132010-2011
South Africa NorwayAfrica Regional  Adaptation 0.109USD20122011
TogoImplementing the Cooperative Framework between ODEF and the Stakeholders for the Effective Participatory and Sustainable Management of the Eto-Lilicope Forest Complex (ITTO)JapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries ITTOMitigationForestry, REDD0.111USD2013Nov - 2011
United Republic of TanzaniaProject for Supporting Rice Industry Development in TanzaniaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.113USD2013Oct - 2012
 Improving the water and nutrient use efficiency of crops under dry savannah and Sahel regions in AfricaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs CGIARAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.113USD2013Feb - 2010
 To catalyse private sector investment and innovation in low cost, clean energy and climate change technologiesUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional    0.116EUR20132010-2011
 Strengthen the cooperative management and development of transboundary river basins in Africa (selection of priority basins to be determined). The programme is funded through and managed by the World Bank.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional Cooperation in International WatersAdaptation 0.120EUR20122011-2012
AngolaRevitalizaion of Rice Production in AngolaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.122USD2013Mar - 2012
AngolaCapacity development for CDMJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationOther0.122USD2013Jul - 2010
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Type/Activity

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
 "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
  European Union1 Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 292.000EUR20112010
 Among the investments approved by the CTF in FY 2010 was $750 million in CTF co-financing (anticipated to mobilize an additional $4.85 billion from other sources), to support the deployment of about one gigawatt of concentrated solar power generation capacity and related infrastructure in five countries in the Middle East and North Africa: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Tunisia.United States of America Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 300.000USD2011Beginning in FY 2010
Developing CountriesContribution to CIF (Climate Investment Fund)Japan Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Adaptation, Mitigation 322.280USD2011May 2010
Developing CountriesContribution to CIF (Climate Investment Fund)Japan3 Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Adaptation, MitigationOther644.560USD20121/5/2010-1/8/2011
 To help developing countries respond to climate changeUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternationalClimate Investment Funds (CIF), Congo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF)Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) All EUR20122010-2011
  SwedenVariousClimate Technology Fund (WB) Mitigation 22.000EUR2011 
  SwedenVariousClimate Technology Fund (WB) Mitigation 32.000EUR20122010-2011
Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Rwanda, Sao Tome and PrincipeCanada's $20 million contribution to the Congo Basin Forest Fund provides support for the implementation of sustainable forest management projects and the promotion of conservation and sustainable management. The Congo Basin in Central Africa is home to one-quarter of the world's tropical forests. This vast area is critical for regional and global ecological services as it acts as a carbon sink and catchment basin. The Congo Basin countries are the home to nearly 100 million people, of which some of the world's poorest people, many of whom depend on the forest for their livelihoods.CanadaCentral AfricaCongo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF)African Development Bank Multi-sector20.000CAD2012FY 2011/2012
 Helping local communities in forest zones to secure sustainable livelihoods and deforestation. Grant Financing.CanadaCongo BasinCongo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF)  Forests and Agriculture20.000CAD2013 
  Norway Congo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF) Mitigation 26.000USD20112010
  United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCongo BasinCongo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF) MitigationREDD+39.910EUR20112010-2011
 "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCongo BasinCongo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF)  REDD+39.910EUR20122010-2011
 Five projects in advance of the main Congo Basin Project Fund, with a goal of increasing the capacity of the people and institutions in Congo Basin forest communities to manage and protect their forests sustainably. The projects were initiated whilst the mechanisms of the main CBFF Fund were being established. Their intention was to signal the range and type of projects the CBFF could support.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica RegionalCongo Basin Forestry Start Up Fund  REDD+0.560EUR20122011-2012
 Start-up funding for the interim establishment and operation of the Congo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF) and the delivery of a small regional project portfolio responding to immediate national and regional demands and pressures faced by the forests of the CongoUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCentral AfricaCongo Basin Forestry Start Up Fund  REDD+2.870EUR20122010-2011
 CONGO BASIN FORESTRY START UP FUNDUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCentral AfricaCongo Basin Forestry Start Up Fund MitigationREDD+2.870EUR20112010-2011
 EBRD Technical Cooperation FundSlovakia EBRD Technical Cooperation Fund Mitigation 0.130EUR2011 
 Forest Carbon partnership facility - Readiness FundItalyMultilateralForest Carbon Partnership Facility - Readiness Fund MitigationREDD+3.840EUR20112010
 Support to the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility's Readiness Fund (possibly including provisions for support to REDD+ Partnership actions / Paris-Oslo process)European Union (European Commission)Africa Regional, Asia Regional, Latin America, PacificForest Carbon Partnership Facility - Readiness FundWorld BankMitigationREDD+4.000EUR20112011-2014
  Norway Forest Carbon Partnership Facility - Readiness Fund Mitigation 9.200USD20112010
GlobalAddress deforestation and forest degradation in developing countriesCanada Forest Carbon Partnership Facility - Readiness Fund  Forests and Agriculture40.000CAD2012FY 2010/2011
Developing Countries Iceland Fund for Climate Change Agenda SupportUN Women Capacity building0.150USD2013Allocation in 2012
  Norway GEEREF - The Global Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Fund Mitigation 3.300USD20112010
GlobalGlobal Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF)Germany2 Global Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF)KfW (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau)Mitigation 10.000EUR2011
 Africa Sustainable Forestry FundSpainAfrica RegionalGlobal Environment Fund MitigationREDD+15.100EUR20112010-
 Established in 1990, the Global Environment Fund (GEF) promotes solutions to environmental and energy challenges. The Africa Sustainable Forestry Fundf is based on investments in forest management and forestry.SpainAfrica RegionalGlobal Environment Fund MitigationREDD+15.100EUR20122010-
 Established in 1990, the Global Environment Fund (GEF) promotes solutions to environmental and energy challenges. In this context, the Africa Sustainable Forestry Fund focuses on investments in forest management and forestry.SpainAfrica RegionalGlobal Environment Fund MitigationREDD+15.157EUR20132010-
  SwedenVariousGreen Climate Fund Adaptation, Mitigation 0.600EUR20132012
Guyana Norway Guyana REDD-Plus Investment Fund Mitigation 29.000USD20112010
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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.