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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.

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Recipient Party

Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
Eritrea Norway   Mitigation 0.039USD20112010
PanamaInfluence of Climate Changes on the Hydrological Cycle in the Panama Canal WatershedJapan   Adaptation 0.040USD2011Oct 2010
South AfricaSOUTH AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY MULTI-COUNTRY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMME (SADC/MAPP) PRE IMPLEMENTATION PHASEUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   Adaptation 0.040EUR20112010-2011
UkraineAn exchange of experience in the field of system solutions and good practices in energy efficiency in Poland and UkrainePoland  Association for Innovation and Technology Transfer "Horizons"Adaptation 0.040EUR20112010
GeorgiaForestry Education in schools in Kvemo Kartii in GeorgiaPoland  Polish Embassy in Georgia Disaster risk reduction0.040EUR20112010
MontenegroExpanded energy survey of public facilities and economic evaluation of the biomass heating systemSlovenia  EkoidejaMitigationInvestment project0.040EUR20112010-2011
Thailand Norway   Adaptation 0.045USD20112010
Sri Lanka Norway   Mitigation 0.049USD20112010
GeorgiaPreparation of a concept model of forestry in Georgia in the example of the Racza RegionPoland  Forest Research Institute Disaster risk reduction0.050EUR20112010
Developing Countries Iceland  Women's Environment and Development Organisation (WEDO) - Women's Delegates Fund Capacity building0.050USD2011Planned allocation in 2011
Lao People's Democratic Republic Norway   Mitigation 0.053USD20112010
Nepal Norway   Adaptation, Mitigation 0.057USD20112010
Philippines Norway   Adaptation 0.059USD20112010
GeorgiaSupport for the reform of forestry - protection of forests by strengthening the competence of forestersPoland  Polish Embassy in Georgia Disaster risk reduction0.060EUR20112010
RwandaPILOTING OUTPUT-BASED FINANCING FOR CLIMATE CHANGEUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland    Unknown0.060EUR20112010-2011
IraqThe training on agricultural initiativeJapan   AdaptationFarming and irrigation0.060USD2011Jan 2010
Burundi Norway   Adaptation 0.062USD20112010
Brazil Norway   Adaptation 0.064USD20112010
Viet Nam Norway   Mitigation 0.069USD20112010
AzerbaijanEstablishment of an energy efficient schoolLiechtenstein   Mitigation 0.069EUR20112011
SerbiaCapacity Development Project on Nationally Mitigation Actions (NAMAs)Japan   Mitigation 0.070USD2011Nov 2010
ZimbabweCLIMATE CHANGE ZIMBABWEUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland    Unknown0.070EUR20112010-2011
AfghanistanHydoelectric power station in GelanPoland  Ministry of DefenceAdaptation 0.070EUR20112010
Georgia Norway   Adaptation 0.074USD20112010
SenegalAfforestation project within the Program: Rural development for sustainable food securityLiechtenstein   Mitigation 0.077CHF20112011
Cuba Norway   Adaptation 0.080USD20112010
Lao People's Democratic Republic Norway   Adaptation 0.080USD20112010
Kenya Norway   Adaptation 0.086USD20112010
UkraineTwo countries - one energy efficiency programme. Polish-Ukrainian cooperation in the supranational European Commission initiative entitled Covenant of MayorsPoland  Association of Municipalities - Polish Network "Energie Cites"Adaptation 0.090EUR20112010
ZambiaZAMBIA CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROGRAMMEUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   Adaptation 0.090EUR20112010-2011
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Contributing Parties

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartySort by this columnRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
Papua New GuineaThe Pacific Community-based Adaptation in Papua New Guinea (Manus and New Ireland)AustraliaPacific  Adaptation 3.500AUD2012 
Solomon IslandsInvestment in upgrading transport infrastructure in the Solomon Islands to reduce the risk from extreme weather events and coastal erosion.Australia   Adaptation 4.000AUDUpdate 2011 
Solomon IslandsUpgrading transport infrastructure in the Solomon Islands to reduce the risk of extreme weather events and coastal erosionAustralia   Adaptation 4.000AUD2011 
 Mitigation (multilateral)Australia  Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)Mitigation 5.000AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
 Low Emission Capacity Building Programme: Robust measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) systems, Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs), and Low Emissions Development Strategies (LEDS) are increasingly seen as important preconditions for receiving increased climate finance. However, the capacity for many developing countries to establish and generate these systems and mechanisms remains weak. Through the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) Low Emissions Capacity Building Programme, Australia is supporting 25 countries to strengthen their institutional and technical capacity to plan and undertake mitigation actions, through the formulation of LEDS and NAMAs. The Programme is also assisting participants to establish the national greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory and MRV systems required to underpin their mitigation actions. Acknowledging that the responsibility for responding to climate change extends beyond national governments, the Programme is also supporting selected industrial sectors within partner countries to identify appropriate mitigation actions.Australia     5.000AUD2013 
KiribatiAustralia is supporting improved water security, increased coastal resilience and strengthening government capacity to plan for and adapt to the impacts of climate change through a contribution to the third phase of the Kiribati Adaptation ProjectAustralia  Kiribati Adaptation ProjectAdaptation 5.000AUD2011 
KiribatiContribution to the Kiribati Adaptation Project to support Kiribati to improve its water security and coastal resilience.Australia   Adaptation 5.000AUDUpdate 2011 
 International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (ICCAI) (examples of funding earmarked to regions)AustraliaCaribbean International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (ICCAI)Adaptation 5.200AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
 Facilitating local adaptation action in the Pacific by funding community-based adaptation activities through the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Program and supporting Non-Government Organisations to address priority adaptation needs across multiple Pacific communitiesAustraliaPacific Global Environment Facility Small Grants ProgramAdaptation 5.500AUD2011 
IndonesiaSupport and provide technical advice to Indonesia in the design and development of its national carbon accounting system.Australia     8.000AUDUpdate 2011 
Indonesia Australia  Indonesia's National Carbon Accounting SystemMitigationREDD+8.000AUD2011 
 Australia has allocated A$24 million, and disbursed A$9 million, to the Least Developed Country Fund (LDCF). At least 20 per cent of funding from the LDCF flows to the Pacific and other SIDS, including a project on climate resilience in Samoa. Nearly 60 per cent of funding to the LDCF has been directed to Africa, primarily in the area of disaster preparedness and food and agricultural security.Australia LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   9.000AUDUpdate 2011 
  Australia LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   9.000AUD2011 
 Mitigation (multilateral)Australia  Scaling-up Renewable Energy Program (SREP)Mitigation 9.100AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
Viet NamViet Nam Climate Change and Coastal Ecosystems Program: Since 2008, Australia has partnered with the German and Vietnamese governments to work with communities in Kien Giang, Viet Nam to adapt to climate change and improve the management of coastal environments. This has included installing fences to prevent erosion, rehabilitating coastal forests, improving dyke management, and promoting new mangrove planting techniques. Based on the success of the Kien Giang pilot project, Australia invested A$9.6 million of its fast-start finance to support an expanded partnership between Australia and Germany across five provinces in the Mekong Delta, under the Climate Change and Coastal Ecosystems Program. The five year program will be supported by a national component that will promote the sharing of lessons and experiences across provinces to inform a national response to climate change.Australia     9.600AUD2013 
 Fast-start scale-up of successful pilot project in the Mekong DeltaAustraliaAsia Regional, Mekong Delta    9.600AUD2012 
 Mitigation (multilateral)Australia  Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR) Mitigation 10.000AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
 International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (ICCAI) (examples of funding earmarked to regions)AustraliaAfrica Regional International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (ICCAI)Adaptation 10.000 2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
 Support investments in renewable energy to meet growing energy needs under the Program on Scaling-Up Renewable Energy in Low Income CountriesAustralia  Program on Scaling-Up Renewable Energy in Low Income Countries Low emissions growth10.000AUD2011 
 Capacity-building and piloting new market instruments through the Partnership for Market ReadinessAustralia  Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR)  Low emissions growth10.000AUD2011 
 Support developing countries in their efforts to develop and implement green growth strategies and policiesAustralia  Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)  10.000AUD2011 
Republic of KoreaSupport developing countries to generate and implement green growth strategies and policies, with a number of pilot projects underway, including in Cambodia and Indonesia. Ethiopia is one of the first partner countries to work with the GGGI, to deliver a comprehensive and detailed implementation plan for a Climate Resilient Green Economy.Australia  Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI)  10.000AUDUpdate 2011 
 Under SREP, key projects are being targeted towards African countries including Ethiopia, Kenya and Mali.Australia  Scaling-up Renewable Energy Program (SREP)  10.000AUDUpdate 2011 
 Australia has allocated A$10 million to the Partnership for Market Readiness, with Thailand and Indonesia participating.Australia  Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR)   10.000AUDUpdate 2011 
Timor-LesteThe PASAP is a A$12 million program, of which A$10.2 million is fast-start finance. This program assists partners in the Pacific (and East Timor) to assess their vulnerability to climate change and integrate this information into their planning and development strategies with a focus on key sectors such as coastal stability and food and water security.Australia  Pacific Adaptation Strategy Assistance Program (PASAP)Adaptation 10.200AUDUpdate 2011 
 International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (ICCAI) (examples of funding earmarked to regions)AustraliaSouth Asia International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (ICCAI)Adaptation 12.200AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 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 
BangladeshInvestments focusing on reducing vulnerability to disaster risk and to support institutions and organisations to implement development projects with climate change adaptation co-benefits.Australia     15.000AUDUpdate 2011 
 Support capacity building for adaptationAustralia LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund Adaptation 15.000AUD2011 
  Australia Adaptation Fund Adaptation 15.000AUD2011 
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Institutions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstituteTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
GlobalIWP provides advisory services for the further development and application of international forestry policies from a development policy perspective, and supports the integration of forestry-related issues such as sustainable forest management, climate change mitigation and adaptation, REDD+ and capacity development into German development cooperation. It closely cooperates with projects and programmes in partner countries on the formulation of national policies, forest governance, climate protection, financing issues as well as forestry standards and sustainable use.Germany  GIZ All, REDD+3.600EUR2013 
GlobalIWP provides advisory services for the further development and application of international forestry policies from a development policy perspective, and supports the integration of forestry-related issues such as sustainable forest management, climate change mitigation and adaptation, REDD+ and capacity development into German development cooperation. It closely cooperates with projects and programmes in partner countries on the formulation of national policies, forest governance, climate protection, financing issues as well as forestry standards and sustainable use.Germany  GIZ All, REDD+3.600EUR2012 
 The aim of the study is to 1) create a set of criteria to be used for analyzing the impacts of CDM projects from gender perspective 2) study the social impacts that CDM project have on the local population from the gender perspective 3) identify project types that have the potential to create positive impacts among the local people, especially local women.FinlandGlobal MFA Finland/GreenStream Network OyjMitigationCDM, Gender0.029EUR20132010
GlobalThe aim of the study is to 1) create a set of criteria to be used for analyzing the impacts of CDM projects from gender perspective 2) study the social impacts that CDM project have on the local population from the gender perspective 3) identify project types that have the potential to create positive impacts among the local people, especially local women.Finland  MFA Finland/GreenStream Network OyjMitigationCDM, Gender0.030EUR20122010
GlobalStudy on clean development mechanism and genderFinland  MFA Finland/GreenStream Network OyjMitigationCDM, Gender0.030EUR20112010
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
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.
UgandaGender Sensitive Climate Change Mitigation and AdaptationIceland  ICEIDA, GEST, Embassies of Norway and Denmark in Uganda, Govt. of Uganda Capacity building0.027USD2013Allocation in 2011
UgandaGender Sensitive Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Uganda. Subject to final approvalIceland  ICEIDA, GEST, Embassies of Norway and Denmark in Uganda, Govt. of Uganda Capacity building0.027USD2012Allocation in 2011
Developing Countries Iceland The Women's Delegate FundWomen's Environment and Development Organisation (WEDO) Capacity building0.040USD2013Allocation in 2011
Developing Countries Iceland The Women's Delegate FundWomen's Environment and Development Organisation (WEDO) Capacity building0.040USD2012Allocation in 2011
PeruThe aim of the study is to draw up the complete and bankable project documentation of a small hydro power plant in Peru, including financial, legal, commercial, technical and environmental aspects.Austria  OeEB - Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AGMitigationCapacity building0.050EUR20122011
PeruThe aim of the study is to draw up the complete and bankable project documentation of a small hydro power plant in Peru, including financial, legal, commercial, technical and environmental aspects.Austria  OeEB - Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AGMitigationCapacity building0.050EUR20132011
Developing Countries Iceland The Women's Delegate FundWomen's Environment and Development Organisation (WEDO) Capacity building0.050USD2013Allocation in 2012
Developing CountriesSubject to final approvalIceland The Women's Delegate FundWomen's Environment and Development Organisation (WEDO) Capacity building0.050USD2012Planned allocation in 2012
Developing Countries Iceland  Women's Environment and Development Organisation (WEDO) - Women's Delegates Fund Capacity building0.050USD2011Planned allocation in 2011
SerbiaThe study analyzed the Serbian energy market, investigated the potential for renewable energy and described the approval process for projects in the field of renewable energy. The study facilitates entry into this sector by private investors, thereby increasing the share of renewable energy on the Serbian market in the long term.Austria  OeEB - Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AGMitigationCapacity building0.070EUR20122010-2011
SerbiaThe study analyzed the Serbian energy market, investigated the potential for renewable energy and described the approval process for projects in the field of renewable energy. The study facilitates entry into this sector by private investors, thereby increasing the share of renewable energy on the Serbian market in the long term.Austria  OeEB - Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AGMitigationCapacity building0.070EUR20132010-2011
ArmeniaEstablishment of an energy efficient school; 2012/337/9087; Realisation: 2012/13; Completed Liechtenstein  Sevan Municipality; “Environmental Survival”MitigationCapacity building0.070USD2013May 2010 - May 2013
AzerbaijanEstablishment of an energy efficient school; 2010/2453/9087; Realization: 2011/12; CompletedLiechtenstein  Ganja Municipality, "Eco-Renaissance-Ganja"MitigationCapacity building0.090USD20122011/2012
AzerbaijanEstablishment of an energy efficient school; 2010/2453/9087 ; Realisation: 2011/12 ; Completed Liechtenstein  Ganja Municipality, "Eco-Renaissance-Ganja"MitigationCapacity building0.090USD2013May 2010 - May 2013
EthiopiaCapacity development in the field of engineering geology and hydrogeologyCzech Republic  Aquatest a.s. Capacity building0.100EUR20112010-2012
KenyaThe overall objective is to suggest a list of action for protection of forest resources, sustaining of carbon deposits in forests and improvement of forest management in order to increase carbon deposits and assure preservation of biodiversity of forest ecosystems despite climate change and land desertification.Slovakia  SAIDCAdaptationCapacity building0.120EUR20122010-2011
KenyaForest Protection Strategy for Improved Carbon Balance and Preservation of Biodiversity Despite Climate ChangeSlovakia  SAIDCAdaptationCapacity building0.120EUR20112010-2011
KenyaThe overall objective is to suggest a list of action for protection of forest resources, sustaining of carbon deposits in forests and improvement of forest management in order to increase carbon deposits and assure preservation of biodiversity of forest ecosystems despite climate change and land desertification.Slovakia  SAIDCAdaptationCapacity building0.125EUR20132010-2011
Malawi, Mozambique, UgandaAddressing the Gender Dimensions of Climate Change on Fisheries Sector Livelihoods InterventionsIceland  FAO, The Gender Equality Studies and Training Programme (GEST), ICEIDA and UNU Fisheries Training Programme Capacity building0.150USD2012Allocation in 2011
Malawi, Mozambique, UgandaAddressing the Gender Dimensions of Climate Change on Fisheries Sector Livelihoods InterventionsIceland  FAO, The Gender Equality Studies and Training Programme (GEST), ICEIDA and UNU Fisheries Training Programme Capacity building0.150USD2013Allocation in 2011
Burkina FasoAfforestation; energy efficient wood consumption; 2012/337/9087; Realization: 2012; RunningLiechtenstein  Liechtenstein Development Service; "Solidar Suisse"AdaptationCapacity building0.150USD20122012
Developing Countries Iceland Fund for Climate Change Agenda SupportUN Women Capacity building0.150USD2013Allocation in 2012
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Funds

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
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
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
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
Global Germany2 Clean Technology Fund (CTF)World BankMitigationTechnology125.000EUR2011
Guyana Norway Guyana REDD-Plus Investment Fund Mitigation 29.000USD20112010
IndiaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting India, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $775 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  775.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
IndonesiaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Indonesia, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $400 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 (ADB), World Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC)  400.000USDUpdate 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
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
LDCsUN Women fund for Gender Equality (earmarked contribution for Gender and Climate Change). Subject to final approvalIceland UN Women fund for Gender EqualityUN WomenAdaptation 0.100USD2012Planned allocation in 2012
LDCs Iceland LDCF - Least Developed Countries FundUNFCCC / GEFAdaptation 0.134USD2013Allocation in 2011
LDCs Iceland LDCF - Least Developed Countries FundUNFCCC / GEFAdaptation 0.134USD2012Allocation in 2011
LDCs Iceland LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund Adaptation 0.150USD2011Planned allocation in 2011
LDCs Iceland LDCF - Least Developed Countries FundUNFCCC / GEFAdaptation 0.150USD2013Allocation in 2012
LDCsThe Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF) addresses the urgent needs of the 49 least developed countries that are especially vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. The Fund supports the implementation of National Adaptation Programmes of Action on Climate Change (NAPAs) in these countries. Canada is the 5th largest donor to the LDCF.Canada LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund Adaptation 20.000CAD2011Fiscal year 2010/11
LDCsSupport for projects in respinse to urgent adaptation needsCanada LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund Adaptation 20.000CAD2012FY 2010/2011
MexicoMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Mexico, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $500 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, International Finance Corporation, and the World Bank  500.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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
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
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
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
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
WorldClean Technology FundFrance Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Mitigation 67.700EUR20122011-2013
 EBRD Technical Cooperation FundSlovakia EBRD Technical Cooperation Fund Mitigation 0.130EUR2011 
  New Zealand UNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation   0.500NZD20112010
 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
 OTEP addresses priority environmental issues, including adaptation to climate change and renewable energy issues in Overseas Territories.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandOverseas TerritoriesOverseas Territories Environment Programme' (OTEP) - Joint DFID/FCO Environmental Challenge Fund Adaptation, Mitigation 0.580EUR20122011-2012
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Regions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
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
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
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
 To support African Development Bank policy and programme delivery on climate changeUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional African Development Bank Technical Cooperation Arrangement - Climate Change All0.430EUR20122010-2011
ZambiaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Zambia, 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 African Development Bank and the World Bank  86.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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
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
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
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
South AfricaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting South Africa, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: A $500 million investment plan under the Clean Technology Fund (CTF); the United States contributed $230 million to the CTF in 2012.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional African Development Bank, the International Finance Corporation, and the World Bank  500.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
EthiopiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Ethiopia: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
KenyaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Kenya: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
SenegalRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Senegal: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
RwandaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Rwanda: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AngolaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Angola: To assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MaliRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Mali: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MozambiqueRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Mozambique: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
BeninRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Benin: To assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
United Republic of TanzaniaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Tanzania: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
UgandaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Uganda: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MalawiRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Malawi: to assess climate vulnerability and climate resilience through the African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change 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 African and Latin American Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) program  3.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 Development of strategies for climate adaptation in West Africa. Strengthening of the scientific and technical capacity of various actors at the regional and national levels within the fields of 1) gathering, treatment and analyses of hydro-climatic data; 2) establishment of hydro-climatic scenarios and models; 3) communication of hydro-climaic knowledge to decision-makers and users at all levelsDenmarkInterregional AgrhymetAdaptation 3.600EUR20132012-2015?
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)Strengthening local capacity for adaptation to climate change in the Bolivian AltiplanoCanadaCaribbean, Latin America Agua SustentableAdaptation 1.080CAD2013 
 The International Climate Protection Scholarship programme is aimed at young managers from the fields of science and economics, and from public and private organisations. It is intended to promote exchanges of knowledge, methodologies and technologies as well as networking within the field of climate protection and resource conservation. Besides carrying out a research project of thIrelandr own choosing in the field of climate protection and resource conservation at a host institution in Germany, the participants can also benefit from training courses and internships with companies, public administrations and other institutions.GermanyGlobal Alexander von Humboldt StiftungMitigation 1.337EUR201306/2012-12/2014
IndiaAdapting to climate change in urbanizing watershedsCanadaAsia Regional Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the EnvironmentAdaptation 1.500CAD2013 
IndiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including India: to support regional cooperation on clean energy policy reforms through the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013. 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 Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
PhilippinesRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Philippines: to support regional cooperation on clean energy policy reforms through the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013. 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 Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Sri LankaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Sri Lanka: to support regional cooperation on clean energy policy reforms through the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013. 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 Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ThailandRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Thailand: to support regional cooperation on clean energy policy reforms through the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013. 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 Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Timor-LesteRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Timor-Leste: to support regional cooperation on clean energy policy reforms through the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013. 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 Asia Clean Energy Forum 2013  0.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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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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