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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 AfricaCato Manor Green Street Phase 2: With A$125,000, the Cato Manor Green Street Phase 2 project completed a ‘green’ retrofit of 26 low-income houses in Durban, South Africa, installing solar water heaters, energy efficient lighting, heat-insulation cookers, roof insulation, rainwater tanks, food gardens and fruit trees. In addition to the retrofit itself, the project provided short-term employment and training to nine community members and leveraged an additional A$25,000 in complementary investment. In a country aiming to build 3 million low-cost homes by 2025, the project is now being used to demonstrate the health, livelihood and energy saving benefits of incorporating energy efficiency and emissions reduction measures into low-cost housing construction. The project is an example of what can be achieved on a very small budget if carefully designed with clear results in mind.Australia     0.125AUD2013 
AOSISAustralia has also allocated A$1.5 million in fast-start funding to support the secretariat of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS), with A$0.5 million already disbursed, as it represents the interests of SIDS in international negotiations.Australia     0.500AUDUpdate 2011 
Timor-Leste$900,000 Australian Government project: Through the Pacific Adaptation Strategy Assistance Program, Australia is supporting the Government of East Timor to better understand and manage groundwater resources in a changing climate.Australia  Pacific Adaptation Strategy Assistance Program (PASAP)  0.650AUDUpdate 2011 
Solomon IslandsThrough the Pacific Adaptation Strategy Assistance Program, Australia is working in partnership with the Government of Solomon Islands, NGOs and a range of universities to support subsistence communities in Solomon Islands' Greater Roviana Lagoon area to build social and ecological resilience to climate change.Australia  Pacific Adaptation Strategy Assistance Program (PASAP)Adaptation 0.825AUDUpdate 2011 
South AfricaSouth Africa Land Sector MRV Capacity Building Project: South Africa, like Australia, faces huge challenges when it comes to understanding and measuring emissions from its land sector. Drawing on its specialised experience in this area, Australia is supporting the South African government to build its capacity and expertise in the measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) of emissions from the Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) sector. Under the project, South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs has recruited two new land sector MRV experts who will establish a strategic plan for the development of a comprehensive AFOLU sector MRV system for South Africa. The experts are being supported by an administrative assistant and a research assistant, who are also employed under the project.Australia     0.875AUD2013 
Papua New GuineaA further A$2 million will be invested in bilateral cooperation on REDD+ with Papua New Guinea.Australia   MitigationREDD+2.000AUDUpdate 2011 
Viet Nam The Viet Nam Energy Efficiency Standards and Labelling Program: This program builds upon Viet Nam’s existing energy efficiency standards and labelling program to help consumers make informed purchasing decisions that improve the country’s energy intensity and reduce carbon emissions. It also targets the Government of Viet Nam’s monitoring and verification capabilities. By fostering a high level of engagement with the Government of Vietnam and enlisting the support of international experts to advise on elements of the scheme, this project is building the capacity of government officials and helping to inform the development of policy and legislation.Australia     2.750AUD2013 
Developing CountriesMRV Capacity Building Program: Australia is supporting a range of developing countries in Africa and Asia to build their capacity to understand, quantify and report their greenhouse gas emissions, with a view to establishing robust and transparent national measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) systems. In designing the program, Australia took account of existing initiatives, such as the UNFCCC Regional MRV program, International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV, and UNDP’s Low Emissions Capacity Building Programme. Doing so was important to avoiding duplication, maximising coverage, and focusing Australia’s contribution to ensure it has the most impact. As the Program rolls out, Australia will continue to coordinate closely with associated programs and donors to ensure that our investments work in a complementary manner.AustraliaAfrica Regional, Asia Regional    3.000AUD2013 
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 
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 
Indonesia Australia  Indonesia's National Carbon Accounting SystemMitigationREDD+8.000AUD2011 
IndonesiaSupport and provide technical advice to Indonesia in the design and development of its national carbon accounting system.Australia     8.000AUDUpdate 2011 
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 
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 
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 
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 
IndonesiaMost advanced large-scale demonstration activities in Indonesia that is reducing deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries (REDD+)Australia  Kalimantan Forests and Climate PartnershipMitigation 17.000AUD2011 
Indonesia Australia  Kalimantan Forests and Climate PartnershipMitigationREDD+17.000AUD2011 
Timor-LesteThe PCCSP is a A$20 million program, of which A$18 million is fast-start finance. This program is helping partners in the Pacific (and East Timor) to better understand, measure and adapt to the impacts of climate change.Australia  Pacific Climate Change Science Program (PCCSP)  18.000AUDUpdate 2011 
SIDSAustralia is assisting to build resilience and integrate climate risk into key vulnerable sectors in the Pacific.AustraliaPacific Australia's International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (ICCAI)Adaptation 134.000AUD2011 
IndonesiaIFCI's A$145.9 million fast-start component includes significant investments with Indonesia on REDD+. This includes two demonstration projects, one in Central Kalimantan and another planned for Sumatra.Australia       Update 2011 
Burkina FasoProvision of a primary school with PV-systemsAustria  Initiative eine WeltMitigation 0.005EUR20132011
ArgentinaThe aim of this workshop is to strengthen capacity concerning REDD+ in South Andean forests.Austria  N.A. REDD+0.008EUR20132011
BrazilWill be provided at a later stageAustria  - REDD+0.010EUR20132012
Burkina FasoProvision of a primary school with PV-systemsAustria  Initiative eine WeltMitigation 0.010EUR20122011
ArgentinaThe aim of this workshop is to strengthen capacity concerning REDD+ in South Andean forests.Austria  N.A. REDD+0.010EUR20122011
BrazilgrantAustria  Energy Changes REDD+0.010EUR20132012
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Contributing Parties

   
Recipient PartySort by this columnDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
AOSIS Canada  Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) Ministerial Meeting in November 2010  0.237CAD2011Nov 2010
AOSISAustralia has also allocated A$1.5 million in fast-start funding to support the secretariat of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS), with A$0.5 million already disbursed, as it represents the interests of SIDS in international negotiations.Australia     0.500AUDUpdate 2011 
ASEAN, China, IndiaReserch for making energy saving roadmaps in East Asia countriesJapan3East Asia Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustriesMitigationEnergy and resource saving0.480USD2012Oct 2010
ASEAN, China, India, Republic of KoreaReserch for making energy saving roadmaps in East Asia countriesJapanEast Asia  MitigationEnergy and resource saving, REDD0.480USD2011Oct 2010
ASEAN, ThailandThe project promotes low-carbon patterns of consumption and production in Thailand and other ASEAN states by developing criteria for climate-smart products and services. These criteria are to be applied to particularly climate-relevant product groups within the states’ existing ecolabelling systems, and are to be used as a basis for public procurement. Thailand’s government has set up a corresponding programme, among other related activities. Criteria development is the bottleneck in this process. The project’s goal is to substantially improve climate performance on both the production and consumption side. Experience gained with the German ‘Blue Angel’ ecolabel scheme will be utilised to ensure optimised labelling, awareness-raising and marketing strategies for climate-smart products. Existing label schemes such as the Thai Green Label will be expanded and harmonised.GermanyAsia Regional GIZMitigation 2.000EUR201305/2012-06/2015
AfghanistanThe initiative aims at supporting vulnerable people in Herat and other Afghan Provinces, providing first relief and improving accessibility to basic social and health services.Italy  DGCSAdaptation 0.000EUR20132013-2014
Afghanistan2012 disbursmentSlovenia  NGOsMitigation 0.006EUR20132012
AfghanistanThe overall objective of the project is to increase access to electricity in Gelan townPoland  Minstry of DefenceMitigation 0.070EUR20122010
AfghanistanHydoelectric power station in GelanPoland  Ministry of DefenceAdaptation 0.070EUR20112010
AfghanistanThe overall objective of the project is to increase access to electricity in Gelan townPoland  Ministry of DefenceMitigation 0.072EUR20132010
Afghanistan Norway   Mitigation 0.074USD2013Disbursed 2012
AfghanistanAdvisor on Water Resources Development and ManagementJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.130USD2013Jun - 2011
AfghanistanHigher expert education through accredited study programs in Parwan province.Slovakia  SAIDCAdaptation, Mitigation 0.267EUR20132012
AfghanistanProject for Capacity Development and Institutional Strengthening of Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock(MAIL)Japan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.322USD2013May - 2012
AfghanistanThe overall aim of the investment is to improve hygiene and sanitary conditions and raise standards of living in GhazniPoland  Ministry of DefenceAdaptation 0.490EUR20122010
AfghanistanMechanical sewage treatment plant building in GhazniPoland  Ministry of DefenceAdaptation 0.490EUR20112010
AfghanistanThe overall aim of the investment is to improve hygiene and sanitary conditions and raise standards of living in GhazniPoland  Ministry of DefenceAdaptation 0.493EUR20132010
AfghanistanThe project willl fund two types of sctivities: 1)relief assistance (food items) for the specific disaster affected, vulnerable individuals and communities falling under the “population at risk” criteria in Herat, Kunar, Badakshan, Bamyan and Maidan-wardak provinces and 2) strengthen and expand the Community Based Disaster Preparedness (CBDP) programme of Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS) in the mentioned Provinces Italy  IFRCAdaptation 0.600EUR20132010-2011
Afghanistan Norway   Adaptation, Mitigation 0.602USD2013Disbursed 2012
Afghanistan Norway   Adaptation, Mitigation 0.602USD2013Total 2010-2012
AfghanistanThe primarily objective of the project is to immediately respond in the rain-fed agroecological zones to assist 8,500 households affected by drought and food insecurity and build the resilience of another 2,000 hoseholds through disaster risk reduction in 4 most disaster prone areas, in order to limit a continuing decline in households' assests and livelihoods Italy  IFRCAdaptation 0.900EUR20132011-2012
AfghanistanEgalement au Tadjikistan; GERES - Afghanistan & Tadjikistan - Energie pour le développement économique et la lutte contre la pauvretéFrance  AFD  0.900EUR20132012-2014
Afghanistan NorwayAsia Regional  Mitigation 1.249USD20122011
Afghanistan Norway   Mitigation 1.323USD2013Total 2010-2012
AfghanistanRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Afghanistan: to promote energy efficiency and the partial replacement of fossil fuel power generation by hydropower through the South Asia Regional Initiative Energy 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 AmericaAsia Regional South Asia Regional Initiative for Energy Integration Program (SARI/EI)  1.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AfghanistanMinistry of the Environment of Estonia made a contribution of 1,605,008 to the United Nations Environment Programme for "Strengthening Climate Change Adaptation in Rural Communities, for Agriculture and Environmental Management in Afghanistan" within UNEP project “Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding-Phase III” in 2012-2015. The project will build national capacity to plan for community resilience to climate change based threats in Afghanistan. Focus will be on sustainable water, pasture and environmental management in pilot sites and strengthening communities in Kabul province, the North and Central Highlands of Afghanistan. Core activities involve working with national government planners, advisors and decision makers to strengthen planning and action for community resilience in vulnerable areas of the country where high potential exists for productive, financially sustainable, ecologically sound agricultural development.Estonia  UNEPAdaptation 1.600EUR20132012-2015
Afghanistan Italy  UNOPSAdaptation 1.800EUR20132010-2012
Afghanistan Italy  UNOPSAdaptation 1.800EUR20122010-2012
AfghanistanMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Afghanistan, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: $3.3 million from the Global Environment Facility (GEF); the United States contributed; $60 million to the GEF for climate change programming in 2012.United States of AmericaAsia Regional GEF  3.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AfghanistanThe project is concerned with the diversification of rural livelihoods, agriculture and irrigation methods.Germany  GIZ*Adaptation 6.000EUR20132010 - 2013
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Institutions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstituteTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
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
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
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
MaldivesRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Maldives: 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
IndonesiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Indonesia: 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
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
CambodiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Cambodia: 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
BangladeshRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Bangladesh: 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
Lao People's Democratic RepublicRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Laos: 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
MongoliaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Mongolia: 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
MalaysiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Malaysia: 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
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
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
NepalRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Nepal: 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
Viet NamRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Vietnam: 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
SenegalRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Senegal: to assist the governance of artisanal fishing through the Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
GambiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including The Gambia: to assist the governance of artisanal fishing through the Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAfrica Regional Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Viet NamRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Vietnam: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
PhilippinesRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Philippines: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Papua New GuineaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Papua New Guinea: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ThailandRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Thailand: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
CambodiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Cambodia: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MalaysiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Malaysia: to develop greenhouse gas inventories in Asia through the Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory Capacity Building Program for Developing Countries  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Viet NamRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Vietnam: to strengthen cooperation on adaptation through the Mekong River Commission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Mekong River Commission (MRC) Climate Change Adaptation Initiative  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ThailandRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Thailand: to strengthen cooperation on adaptation through the Mekong River Commission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Mekong River Commission (MRC) Climate Change Adaptation Initiative  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
CambodiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Cambodia: to strengthen cooperation on adaptation through the Mekong River Commission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Mekong River Commission (MRC) Climate Change Adaptation Initiative  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Lao People's Democratic RepublicRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Laos: to strengthen cooperation on adaptation through the Mekong River Commission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Mekong River Commission (MRC) Climate Change Adaptation Initiative  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
FijiRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Fiji: to support local climate change adaptation programs in Pacific Island nations. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional Peace Corps volunteers (PCVs)  0.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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Funds

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
 To increase the resilience of key development sectors through projects funded by the Special Climate Change FundUnited States of America SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   10.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
  United States of America LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   25.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
  United States of America LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   25.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 $37 million for the Montreal Protocol Fund, which supports a variety of capacity-building programs related to the phaseout of ozone-depleting substances.United States of America Montreal Protocol Fund   37.000USDUpdate 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
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
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
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
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
 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
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
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
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
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
 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 
 The Adaptation Fund has recently been working with the Solomon Islands to enhance its agricultural and food security and has endorsed future work with Fiji, Papua New Guinea and the Cook Islands. The Adaptation Fund was designed to finance adaptation projects and programs in developing countries that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change, including Pakistan. Funding to these initiatives is to flow over financial years 2011-12 and 2012-13. A number of African countries are also receiving support through the Adaptation Fund including Eritrea and Senegal.Australia Adaptation Fund Adaptation 15.000AUDUpdate 2011 
 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 
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 building0.050USD2013Allocation in 2012
LDCs Iceland LDCF - Least Developed Countries FundUNFCCC / GEFAdaptation 0.134USD2013Allocation in 2011
Developing Countries Iceland Fund for Climate Change Agenda SupportUN Women Capacity building0.150USD2013Allocation in 2012
LDCs Iceland LDCF - Least Developed Countries FundUNFCCC / GEFAdaptation 0.150USD2013Allocation in 2012
  SwedenVariousGreen Climate Fund Adaptation, Mitigation 0.600EUR20132012
 Supporting United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) activities; Grant Financing.CanadaGlobalUNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation  Crosscutting issues1.000CAD2013 
  LuxembourgInternationalAdaptation Fund Adaptation 1.000EUR20132012
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Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
ASEAN, China, IndiaReserch for making energy saving roadmaps in East Asia countriesJapan3East Asia Ministry of Economy, Trade and IndustriesMitigationEnergy and resource saving0.480USD2012Oct 2010
ASEAN, China, India, Republic of KoreaReserch for making energy saving roadmaps in East Asia countriesJapanEast Asia  MitigationEnergy and resource saving, REDD0.480USD2011Oct 2010
ASEAN, ThailandThe project promotes low-carbon patterns of consumption and production in Thailand and other ASEAN states by developing criteria for climate-smart products and services. These criteria are to be applied to particularly climate-relevant product groups within the states’ existing ecolabelling systems, and are to be used as a basis for public procurement. Thailand’s government has set up a corresponding programme, among other related activities. Criteria development is the bottleneck in this process. The project’s goal is to substantially improve climate performance on both the production and consumption side. Experience gained with the German ‘Blue Angel’ ecolabel scheme will be utilised to ensure optimised labelling, awareness-raising and marketing strategies for climate-smart products. Existing label schemes such as the Thai Green Label will be expanded and harmonised.GermanyAsia Regional GIZMitigation 2.000EUR201305/2012-06/2015
Afghanistan NorwayAsia Regional  Mitigation 1.249USD20122011
AfghanistanRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Afghanistan: to promote energy efficiency and the partial replacement of fossil fuel power generation by hydropower through the South Asia Regional Initiative Energy 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 AmericaAsia Regional South Asia Regional Initiative for Energy Integration Program (SARI/EI)  1.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AfghanistanMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Afghanistan, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: $3.3 million from the Global Environment Facility (GEF); the United States contributed; $60 million to the GEF for climate change programming in 2012.United States of AmericaAsia Regional GEF  3.300USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AfghanistanBilateral ProgramsUnited States of AmericaAsia Regional    79.600USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AlbaniaBilateral ProgramsUnited States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various    0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AlbaniaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Albania: to support regional transmission system planning in Southeast Europe. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various    0.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AlbaniaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Albania: to encourage clean energy investment, improve energy security, and promote regional energy market development in Albania, Macedonia, Moldova and Serbia through the Europe & Eurasia Low Emission Strategies and Clean Energy Development Program. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various Europe & Eurasia Low Emission Strategies and Clean Energy Development Program  1.000USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AlbaniaProject for Tirana Thematic Urban PlanningJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptation, MitigationOther1.522USD2013Jun - 2011
AlbaniaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Albania, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: $2.9 million from the Global Environment Facility (GEF); the United States contributed $60 million to the GEF for climate change programming in 2012United States of AmericaEurope Regional, Various GEF  2.900USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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
AlgeriaSahara Solar Energy Reserarch Center(SSERC)JapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy0.713USD2013Nov - 2010
AlgeriaMultilateral Funding Directly Benefiting Algeria, to Which the United States Contributes a Portion: $13.1 million from the Global Environment Facility (GEF); the United States contributed $60 million to the GEF for climate change programming in 2012United States of AmericaMiddle East GEF  13.100USDUpdate 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
Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, LebanonAlgeria, Egypt, Gaza/West Bank, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia: The FEMIP is a facility which aims to help the Mediterranean partner countries increase their economic growth and social development and to meet the challenges of economic and social modernisation and regional integration. This contribution will focus on sectors such as renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.SpainMediterranean region European Investment BankMitigation 100.000EUR20132011-
AngolaCapacity development for CDMJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationOther0.122USD2013Jul - 2010
AngolaRevitalizaion of Rice Production in AngolaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.122USD2013Mar - 2012
AngolaProject for Rice DevelopmentJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.130USD2013Mar - 2012
AngolaNew Mechanism FS for REDD+ through Revegetation at Derelict Commercial Forested Lands and Fuelisation of Woody Biomass Tips for Cement Plants in AngolaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of the EnvironmentMitigationForestry, REDD0.452USD2013Jul - 2011
AngolaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Angola: To help southern African nations transition to cleaner electricity sources through the Southern Africa Trade Hub. 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 Southern Africa Trade Hub  1.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AngolaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Angola: To foster private investment in renewable energy in southern Africa. 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    1.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
AngolaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Angola: To strengthen climate resilience through the Southern Africa Regional Environmental 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 Southern Africa Regional Environmental Program (SAREP)  2.000USDUpdate 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
Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, RwandaThe 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. As such, sustainable management of the Congo Basin is key to improving living conditions while minimizing the impact on the local and global environment. As a compliment to its investment in the Congo Basin Forest Fund, Canada is providing $2 million to support technical assistance to working groups on climate change, forestry governance, biodiversity, and desertification in the Congo Basin region through the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP) Facilitation, with $1.86 million to be delivered in year three.CanadaCentral Africa Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP) Forests and Agriculture0.140CAD2012FY 2011/2012
Antigua and BarbudaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Antigua and Barbuda: to improve climate monitoring and analysis in the Caribbean through the Climate Data and Capacity Enhancement 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 AmericaCaribbean, Latin America    1.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Antigua and BarbudaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Antigua and Barbuda: to support adaptation to climate change by Caribbean island countries. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaCaribbean, Latin America Climate Data and Capacity Enhancement program  1.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ArgentinaAdapting to water stress in Comahue Region of ArgentinaCanadaCaribbean, Latin America Fundación BarilocheAdaptation 1.260CAD2013 
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Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
BrazilWill be provided at a later stageAustria  - REDD+0.010EUR20132012
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Georgia, Mozambique, Serbia, Uganda, United Republic of TanzaniaCentral America (regional project), Southeast Asia (regional project) : Will be provided at a later stageAustriaCentral America, Southeast Asia -AdaptationCapacity building3.900EUR2013-
 Capacity building of civil societyDenmarkInternational 92-gruppen (Danish NGO)Adaptation 1.070EUR20112010-
SenegalThe projet aims to improve the economic development in the region of Matam, Senegal, through the introduction of some applications of renewable energy, in particular the solar, the thermal, the photovoltaicItaly  ACRA- NGOMitigation 0.390EUR20132011-2014
EthiopiaThis project supports the development of REDD+ readiness activities in Ethiopia's North Gondar region.Austria  ADA/EPA REDD+0.030EUR20132010-2011
EthiopiaThis project supports the development of REDD+ readiness activities in Ethiopia's North Gondar region.Austria  ADA/EPA REDD+0.030EUR20122010-2011
United Republic of Tanzania Catalytic fund to stimulate private sector investment and innovation on renewable energy and climate adaptation technology, particulary in rural areas.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland  AECF Renewable Energy and Adapting to Climate Technologies (REACT) Private Sector Challenge Fund Tanzania WindowAdaptation, Mitigation 2.650EUR20122011-2012
 grantAustriaMulti, Sub-Sahara Africa AEE - INTECMitigationCapacity building0.990EUR20132012-2015
 Le bassin du Niger qui regroupe 9 pays d’Afrique de l’Ouest sur pr?s de 100 000 km2 est confront? ? un enjeu critique de mobilisation de la ressource en eau, face ? la r?duction importante des ?coulements de surface et une augmentation forte des besoins et usages d’une population en croissance tr?s rapide. La finalit? du projet est de doter l’Autorit? de Bassin du Niger des moyens lui permettant d’assurer avec efficience le suivi des ressources en eau et des grands ouvrages hydrauliques pour une gestion int?gr?e et coordonn?e de ces ouvrages.FranceNiger basin AFDAdaptation 1.700EUR20122010-2012
 suivi et gestion des ressources en eau : autorit? du bassin du NigerFranceNiger basin AFDAdaptation 1.700EUR20112010-2012
WorldForest carbon partnership facilityFrance  AFD REDD+4.000EUR20122011-2013
WorldForest carbon partnership facilityFrance  AFD REDD+4.000EUR20122011-2013
Democratic Republic of the CongoL’objectif du projet est de favoriser le d?marrage de l’?laboration des plans d‘am?nagement des concessions foresti?res afin de cr?er une dynamique d'am?nagement durable capable de s’?tendre rapidement ? l'ensemble des massifs forestiers de la RDC.France  AFD REDD+5.000EUR20122010-2012
Democratic Republic of the CongoAppui a la gestion durable des foretsFrance  AFDMitigationREDD+5.000EUR20112010-2012
MozambiqueRéhabilitation et renforcement des réseaux d'eau potableFrance  AFDAdaptation 6.700EUR20122011-2013
MozambiqueRéhabilitation et renforcement des réseaux d'eau potableFrance  AFDAdaptation 6.700EUR20122011-2013
GabonMise ? disposition des donn?es satellitaires pour le suivi des for?ts d'afrique centraleFrance  AFD REDD+8.500EUR20122011-2013
GabonMise ? disposition des donn?es satellitaires pour le suivi des for?ts d'afrique centraleFrance  AFD REDD+8.500EUR20122011-2013
MoroccoAm?lioration du rendement du r?seau d'eau de la ville d'OujdaFrance  AFDAdaptation 10.000EUR20112010-2012
MoroccoDans un contexte de ressources en eau restreintes et de besoins en croissance, la gestion de la demande en eau est un enjeu crucial qui vise une meilleure r?silience de l’?conomie aux effets du changement climatique. Le programme d’am?lioration du rendement de r?seau de la ville d’Oujda est un cas embl?matique de gestion de l’eau par la demande pour une R?gie des Eaux. L’objectif du programme est d’accroitre les rendements de distribution et en cons?quence de r?aliser des ?conomies d’eau significatives de 2,5 ? 6.8 millions de m3/an diminuant la tension sur la ressource (ainsi qu’une diminution des consommations ?nerg?tiques pour le pompage de l’eau, ce qui contribue en outre ? une diminution de la quantit? de CO2 ?mise), France  AFDAdaptation 10.000EUR20122010-2012
GhanaPlantations villageoises d'h?v?aFrance  AFDMitigationREDD+14.000EUR20112010-2012
GhanaLe projet permettra de financer 10 500 ha de plantations nouvelles par des planteurs villageois dans les R?gions Ouest et Centrale du pays avec des impacts significatifs en termes ?conomiques ainsi que de s?questration de GES.France  AFD REDD+14.000EUR20122010-2012
United Republic of TanzaniaAmélioration du systéme d'accés à l'eau potableFrance  AFDAdaptation 17.400EUR20122011-2013
United Republic of TanzaniaAmélioration du systéme d'accés à l'eau potableFrance  AFDAdaptation 17.400EUR20122011-2013
Viet NamAide budg?taire politique nationale climat France  AFDMitigation 20.000EUR20122011-2013
Viet NamAide budgétaire politique nationale climat France  AFDMitigation 20.000EUR20122011-2013
Viet NamProjet de gestion des ressources en eauFrance  AFDAdaptation 20.500EUR20122011-2013
Viet NamProjet de gestion des ressources en eauFrance  AFDAdaptation 20.500EUR20122011-2013
Cape VerdeSystéme de dessalement des eauxFrance  AFDAdaptation 21.000EUR20122011-2013
Cape VerdeSystéme de dessalement des eauxFrance  AFDAdaptation 21.000EUR20122011-2013
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