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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
Zimbabwe Norway   Adaptation 0.036USD2013Total 2010-2012
Zimbabwe NorwayAfrica Regional  Adaptation 0.036USD20122011
ZimbabweTo provide knowledge and information on climate risks and vulnerability in urban areas in ZimbabweUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland    All0.070EUR20122010-2011
ZimbabweCLIMATE CHANGE ZIMBABWEUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland    Unknown0.070EUR20112010-2011
ZimbabweIrrigation Development and Management AdvisorJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.104USD2013May - 2012
ZimbabweTo provide knowledge and information on climate risks and vulnerability in urban areas in ZimbabweUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland     0.108EUR20132010-2011
ZimbabweProject for the Improvement of Water Supply, Sewage and Solid Waste Management in ChitungwizaJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptation, MitigationWaste Management, Water and Sanitary0.826USD2013Mar - 2012
ZimbabweRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Zimbabwe: 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
ZimbabweFood Security Risk Reduction with WATAN programme in ZimbabweJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs IFRCAdaptationWater and Sanitation1.500USD2013Feb - 2012
ZimbabweRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Zimbabwe: 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
ZimbabweDisaster Countermeasure through food aid in collaboration with WFPJapan3  WFPAdaptationPrevention of Disaster and Rehabilitation1.630USD2012Jan 2011
ZimbabweDisaster Countermeasure through food aid in collaboration with WFPJapan   AdaptationPrevention of Disaster and Rehabilitation1.630USD2011Jan 2011
ZimbabweDisaster Countermeasure through food aid in collaboration with WFPJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs WFPAdaptationPrevention of Disaster and Rehabilitation2.000USD2013Jan - 2011
ZimbabweRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Zimbabwe: to strengthen resilience through the Resilience in the Limpopo River Basin initiative. 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 Resilience in the Limpopo River Basin (RESILIM) initiative  2.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
Zimbabwe Norway   Adaptation  USD2013Disbursed 2012
ZambiaProject for Support in National Roll-out of Sustainable Operation and Maintenance Programme (SOMAP 3)Japan   AdaptationWater and Sanitation0.030USD2011Jan 2011
ZambiaProject for Support in National Roll-out of Sustainable Operation and Maintenance Programme (SOMAP 3)Japan3  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationWater and Sanitation0.030USD2012Jan 2011
Zambia Norway   Adaptation 0.082USD2013Disbursed 2012
ZambiaTo support the Government of Zambia to integrate climate resilience into its development planning, and provide scaled-up support to priority public and private investmentsUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   Adaptation 0.085EUR20132010-2011
ZambiaTo support the Government of Zambia to integrate climate resilience into its development planning, and provide scaled-up support to priority public and private investmentsUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland  Zambia Climate Resilience ProgrammeAdaptation 0.090EUR20122010-2011
ZambiaZAMBIA CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROGRAMMEUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland   Adaptation 0.090EUR20112010-2011
ZambiaThe project will be carried out from mid-2012 to end-2013, and is expected to have the impact of catalyzing a policy change that will have an important influence on future investment in the Game Management Areas (GMAs) by Government, private sector tourism operators and the donor community, putting meaningful benefit sharing at the heart of biodiversity conservation and tourism development in Zambia.Belgium  Flemish GovernmentAdaptation, Mitigation 0.150EUR2013Starting 2012
ZambiaFood Crop Diversification Support Project Focusing on Rice ProductionJapanAfrica Regional Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAAdaptationFarming and irrigation0.243USD2013Jun - 2012
Zambia NorwayAfrica Regional  Adaptation 0.285USD20122011
ZambiaProportion of budget estimated to be attributable as having climate relevance.Ireland  Govt. of ZambiaAdaptation 0.300EUR20132010
ZambiaProportion of budget estimated to be attributable as having climate relevance - water, sanitation, agricultural irrigation, and afforestation.Ireland   Adaptation 0.327EUR20132010
ZambiaWater and sanitation interventions, climate smart agriculture, and afforestation activities are all covered under this programme.Ireland  Govt. of ZambiaAdaptation 0.469EUR20132012
ZambiaWater and sanitation interventions, climate smart agriculture, and afforestation activities are all covered under this programme.Ireland  Govt. of ZambiaAdaptation 0.790EUR20122011
ZambiaWater and sanitation interventions, climate smart agriculture, and afforestation activities are all covered under this programme.Ireland  Govt. of ZambiaAdaptation 0.793EUR20132011
Zambia Norway   Mitigation 0.937USD20112010
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Contributing Parties

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundSort by this columnInstitutionsTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
Developing CountriesContribution to UN-REDDJapan ACEF (Asian Clean Energy Fund) MitigationForestry, REDD3.240USD2011Mar 2010
 Contoribution to ACEF (Asian Clean Energy Fund)Japan3Asia Regional, PacificACEF (Asian Clean Energy Fund) MitigationEnergy and resource saving, Renewable energy sector6.500USD2012Jan 2011
 Contoribution to ACEF (Asian Clean Energy Fund)Japan3Asia Regional, PacificACEF (Asian Clean Energy Fund) MitigationEnergy and resource saving, Renewable energy sector11.290USD2012Mar 2010
 Contribution to ACEF (Asian Clean Energy Fund)JapanAsia Regional, PacificACEF (Asian Clean Energy Fund) MitigationEnergy and resource saving, Renewable energy sector11.290USD2011Mar 2010
  Norway AFDF - African Development Fund   83.000USD2013Disbursed 2010
  Norway AFDF - African Development Fund   86.000USD2013Disbursed 2012
  Norway AFDF - African Development Fund   258.000USD2013Total 2010-2012
  Norway ASDF - Asian Development Fund   10.000USD2013Disbursed 2010
  Norway ASDF - Asian Development Fund   10.000USD2013Disbursed 2012
  Norway ASDF - Asian Development Fund   31.000USD2013Total 2010-2012
  LuxembourgInternationalAdaptation Fund Adaptation 1.000EUR20122011
  LuxembourgInternationalAdaptation Fund Adaptation 1.000EUR20132012
GlobalThe Adaptation Fund has been established by the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol of the UNFCCC to finance concrete adaptation projects and programmes in developing countries that are Parties to the Kyoto Protocol.Germany Adaptation FundWorld BankAdaptation 10.000EUR20122010
Global Germany2 Adaptation FundWorld BankAdaptation 10.000EUR2011
  SwedenVariousAdaptation Fund Adaptation 11.000EUR2011 
 Support to range of developing countries to implement concrete adaptation projects and programmes, with a focus on vulnerable communities.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternationalAdaptation Fund Adaptation 11.520EUR20122011-2012
  European Union1 Adaptation Fund   12.500EUR20122011
  European Union1 Adaptation Fund   12.800EUR20132012
  Australia Adaptation Fund Adaptation 15.000AUD2011 
 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 
  SwedenVariousAdaptation Fund Adaptation 21.900EUR20122010-2011
  SwedenVariousAdaptation Fund Adaptation 35.000EUR20132010-2012
  SpainInternationalAdaptation FundWorld BankAdaptation 45.000EUR20112010-
 The Adaptation Fund, established by the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), is mandated to finance concrete adaptation projects and programmes in developing countries.SpainInternationalAdaptation FundWorld BankAdaptation 45.000EUR20122010-
  European Union1 Adaptation Fund Adaptation 67.000EUR20112010
BangladeshBangladesh Climate Change Resilience FundSweden Bangladesh Climate Change Resilience FundGovt. of BangladeshAdaptation 9.700EUR20112010-2012
 Supporting capacity building and demonstrating projects to effectively sequester/conserve carbon in forest and agro-ecosystems.Grant Financing.CanadaGlobalBioCarbon Plus Fund  Forests and Agriculture4.500CAD2013 
 This initiative will: create a platform to enable policy makers from both developed and developing countries, practitioners, and public and private entities to share experiences and information regarding elements of market readiness, to learn from each other, and to explore and innovate together on new instruments and approaches; a body of knowledge on market instruments that could be tapped for country specific requirements; provide grant financing to the participating countries in building 'infrastructure' for market readiness; pilot, test and sequence new concepts for market instruments; share lessons learned, including with the UNFCCC.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternationalCarbon Markets Readiness Fund Mitigation 8.060EUR20122011-2012
 This commitment brings Australia's total contribution to the CTF to A$100 million. As part of the Climate Investment Funds, the US$4.5 billon CTF promotes finance for demonstration, deployment and transfer of low-carbon technologies as one of the key drivers to a low carbon future.Australia Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   25.000AUD2011 
 Other multilateral (mixed)Australia Clean Technology Fund (CTF)   25.000AUD2012Disbursed by 30 June 2012
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Institutions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstituteTypeActivityAmount (millions)CurrencyReportImplementation Period
 The project aims at strenthening the national and international practice-oriented dialogue and capacity development concerning burning issues at the environment and development interface - focusing mainly on climate change related challenges. For 2011 it includes support to of the annual meeting of the Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP). Common PEP-approaches to pro-poor natural resource management, climate change adaptation and mitigation in the context of nationally-owned Green Economy are discussed and developed.AustriaBilateral unallocated variousAdaptation, Mitigation 0.020EUR20122011
 The project aims at strenthening the national and international practice-oriented dialogue and capacity development concerning burning issues at the environment and development interface - focusing mainly on climate change related challenges. For 2011 it includes support to of the annual meeting of the Poverty Environment Partnership (PEP). Common PEP-approaches to pro-poor natural resource management, climate change adaptation and mitigation in the context of nationally-owned Green Economy are discussed and developed.AustriaBilateral unallocated variousAdaptation, Mitigation 0.024EUR20132011
 Support for civil society interventions on climate change issues, a technical counselling facility, participation from developing countries in Cartagena meeting, and administrationDenmarkInterregional variousAdaptation, Mitigation 7.400EUR20132012-2015
  SwedenVarious variousAdaptation 27.230EUR20122010-2011
 Disaster risk reductionSwedenVarious variousAdaptation 27.230EUR20132010-2011
  SwedenVarious variousAdaptation 30.000EUR2011 
  European Union1  other UN  1.200EUR20132012
KyrgyzstanHouse insulation and construction of efficient stoves; 2010/2453/9087; Realization: 2011/12/; RunningLiechtenstein  Zerger Watershed Region; "Public Foundation CAMP Alatoo"Adaptation, Mitigation 0.190USD20122011/2012
ZambiaTo support the Government of Zambia to integrate climate resilience into its development planning, and provide scaled-up support to priority public and private investmentsUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland  Zambia Climate Resilience ProgrammeAdaptation 0.090EUR20122010-2011
Dominican Republic, Haiti, JamaicaIn the Caribbean, island nations are largely dependent on energy imports, including oil. This dependence leads to higher energy costs, reduced competitiveness, price fluctuations, reduced energy security, and often an unreliable energy infrastructure. Dependence on foreign fossil fuels also leads to high greenhouse gas emissions. The project goal is to work with the local governments, business leaders, utilities, academia, and civil society groups to develop low-carbon strategies for the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Haiti. The project will include renewable resource assessments and mapping, technical, social and economic assessments, and a full-scope policy analysis of potential renewable energy zones and energy efficiency projects. The project will develop and communicate low-carbon strategies in climate vulnerable countries (Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Haiti) via renewable resource and energy efficiency assessments, research, evaluation of technological and economic issues, and analysis of policies. Final product are policy roadmaps for decision makers with specific steps to implement. GermanyGreater Antilles of the Caribbean Worldwatch InstituteMitigation 1.351EUR201311/2010-01/2013
Dominican Republic, Haiti, JamaicaIn the Caribbean, island nations are largely dependent on energy imports, including oil. This dependence leads to higher energy costs, reduced competitiveness, price fluctuations, reduced energy security, and often an unreliable energy infrastructure. Dependence on foreign fossil fuels also leads to high greenhouse gas emissions. The project goal is to work with the local governments, business leaders, utilities, academia, and civil society groups to develop low-carbon strategies for the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Haiti. The project will include renewable resource assessments and mapping, technical, social and economic assessments, and a full-scope policy analysis of potential renewable energy zones and energy efficiency projects. The project will develop and communicate low-carbon strategies in climate vulnerable countries (Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Haiti) via renewable resource and energy efficiency assessments, research, evaluation of technological and economic issues, and analysis of policies. Final product are policy roadmaps for decision makers with specific steps to implement. GermanyGreater Antilles of the Caribbean Worldwatch InstituteMitigation 1.400EUR201211/2010-01/2013
ThailandThis project aims to create a cost effective, high resolution forest carbon basemap as the Thai Government's inventory and put into place a credible, transparent carbon monitoring system for REDD+. Capacity-building and the development of a sub-national pilot project design document will contribute to Thailand's ability to design and benefit from a range of new carbon financing mechanisms and to better understand how co-benefits are identified, measured and monitored. A structured experience-sharing programme will ensure that insights from the project contribute to regional uptake of forest carbon conservation and financing mechanisms. The proposed project activities will establish a solid foundation of policy and technical expertise and will facilitate Thailand becoming a technology and training hub for regional forest monitoring and conservation.Germany  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - Germany REDD1.700EUR201208/2011-08/2014
ThailandThis project aims to create a cost effective, high resolution forest carbon basemap as the Thai Government’s inventory and put into place a credible, transparent carbon monitoring system for REDD+. Capacity-building and the development of a sub-national pilot project design document will contribute to Thailand’s ability to design and benefit from a range of new carbon financing mechanisms and to better understand how co-benefits are identified, measured and monitored. A structured experience-sharing programme will ensure that insights from the project contribute to regional uptake of forest carbon conservation and financing mechanisms. The proposed project activities will establish a solid foundation of policy and technical expertise and will facilitate Thailand becoming a technology and training hub for regional forest monitoring and conservation.Germany  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - Germany REDD1.730EUR201308/2011-08/2014
ParaguayThe Atlantic Forest, Pantanal and Chaco Ecoregions are threatened by increasing land conversion, especially the conversion of forest due to growing soy production and livestock breeding. Working with Paraguayan government and local communities at the national, sub national and site level, this project will provide the necessary capacities to protect and enhance forest and high carbon stock areas and at the same time support ecosystems and social benefits in the key biodiversity areas. The focus is set on development and testing of bottom-up tailor-made REDD+ projects for local communities and indigenous people. All activities will be carried out in close cooperation with governmental institutions and civil society organizations and will be integrated into the development of the national REDD+ strategies and programmes. Germany  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - Germany REDD+2.128EUR201309/2012-08/2015
Brazil, Colombia, IndonesiaBalancing Land Use Management, Sustainable Biomass Production and Conservation - a Practical Multi-stakeholder Approach to Land Use Planning for Climate Change MitigationGermany2  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - GermanyMitigationREDD2.700EUR201102/2010-04/2013
Brazil, Colombia, IndonesiaThe goal of the project is the development of a land use planning framework in partnership with major land users, government partners, communities and conservation groups to avoid greenhouse gas emissions.Germany  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - Germany REDD2.700EUR201202/2010-04/2013
Philippines, TurkeyThe project will establish country specific Low Carbon Plans (LCP). These LCPs will be the basis to create momentum for the uptake of mitigation and adaptation targets and measures in government policies and programmes as well as by civil society, and the business sector. The LCPs will start from emission reduction targets set for 2050, and will analyse all relevant sectors, taking into account carbon emissions, efficiency potential, policy options, drivers of and barriers to change. The LCPs will deliver recommendations on the policies and actions necessary to acchieve these ambitious emission reductions. National research institutes in the respective countries plus Germany will work together closely. The project will thus further knowledge exchange and transfer.Germany  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)Mitigation 0.518EUR201304/2012-09/2013
Brazil, Colombia, IndonesiaThe goal of the project is the development of a land use planning framework in partnership with major land users, government partners, communities and conservation groups to avoid greenhouse gas emissions.Germany  World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) REDD2.730EUR201302/2010-04/2013
Brazil, IndonesiaBrazil, Indonesia and 3 others: Store carbon and conserve biodiversity by catalyzing forest and landscape restoration globally and in Indonesia, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Brazil. A Global Restoration Council and Prize will inspire, national opportunity and policy assessments will guide, and national coalitions of champions will mobilize action.Germany  World Resources Institute REDD+2.999EUR201301/2013-12/2017
 Developing countries will be required to measure, report, and verify mitigation actions according to international guidelines, but few have the capacity to do so. The goal of this project is to build the capacity of a set of countries both to inform the design of those guidelines and to implement them at the national level. Our approach will be to define the features of a robust national MRV system; map current national and sectoral systems against those features; engage policy-makers (“top-down”) as well as the private sector and civil society (“bottom-up”) in national stakeholder groups to understand national needs and inform the design of national systems; and build capacity and support in key corporate sectors and civil society to adopt and implement national MRV systems. This "top-down - bottom-up" approach should not only assist in getting guidelines and standards in place, but also build support for the implementation of such guidelines.GermanyGlobal World Resources InstituteMitigation 4.000EUR201301/2011-12/2014
Global Switzerland  World Mountain Forum for Sustainable DevelopmentAdaptation 0.070CHF20122011
 disbursements end of 2012: 152,655 CHFSwitzerlandGlobal World Mountain Forum for Sustainable DevelopmentAdaptation 0.153CHF20132010-2012
 2010 - 2012 disbursmentsSloveniaGlobal World Meteorological OrganizationAdaptation 0.141EUR20132010-2012
Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger, Sudan, UgandaThe objective of the project is to support the re-establishment of the National Meteorological Services (NMS) of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger, Sudan and Uganda, sustaining their capability for national weather and climate monitoring and weather forecasting.Greece  World Meteorological OrganizationAdaptation 1.000EUR20132010
Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger, Sudan, UgandaThe objective of the project is to support the re-establishment of the National Meteorological Services (NMS) of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger, Sudan and Uganda, sustaining their capability for national weather and climate monitoring and weather forecasting.Greece  World Meteorological OrganizationAdaptation 1.000EUR20122010
Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger, Sudan, UgandaClimate Change Adaptation in East and Central AfricaGreece  World Meteorological OrganizationAdaptation 1.000EUR20112010
  Norway  World Meteorological Organization  2.000USD20122011
 Building resilience to climate variability and climate change through development of regional and national frameworks for climate services.Grant Financing.CanadaGlobal World Meteorological OrganizationAdaptation 6.140CAD2013 
HaitiImproving access to climate information to guide development efforts in disaster risk management, agriculture, management and conservation of natural resources, and infrastructure development. Grant Financing.Canada  World Meteorological OrganizationAdaptation 6.500CAD2013 
EthiopiaReduce population health vulnerability and increase resilience to vector-borne tropical diseasesCanadaAfrica Regional World Health Organization: WHOAdaptation 7.340CAD2013 
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Funds

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
 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
  SwedenVariousGreen Climate Fund Adaptation, Mitigation 0.600EUR20132012
 UNFCCC Trust Fund for ParticipationDenmarkInternationalUNFCCC Trust Fund for ParticipationUNFCCCAdaptation 0.800EUR20112010-2011
 Participation by developing countries in extraordinary meetings leading up to COP16DenmarkInterregionalUNFCCC Trust Fund for ParticipationUNFCCCAdaptation 0.800EUR20122010-2011
  LuxembourgInternationalAdaptation Fund Adaptation 1.000EUR20132012
 The LDCF was established under the UNFCCC and aims to address the special needs of the LDCs, which are especially vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change. This includes preparing and implementing NAPA's.HungaryTBDLDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund Adaptation 1.000EUR20122011
 Supporting United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) activities; Grant Financing.CanadaGlobalUNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation  Crosscutting issues1.000CAD2013 
  HungaryTBDLDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund Adaptation 1.000EUR20112011
  LuxembourgInternationalAdaptation Fund Adaptation 1.000EUR20122011
  European Union1 Green Climate Fund   1.100EUR20132012
  New Zealand LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   1.300NZD20112010
 Supporting United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) activities; Grant Financing.CanadaGlobalUNFCCC Supplementary Fund  Crosscutting issues1.650CAD2013 
  ItalyMultilateralUNFCCC Trust Fund for ParticipationWorld BankAdaptation, Mitigation 1.900EUR2012Various depending on the specific project
  Norway SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   2.000USD2013Disbursed 2010
  European Union1 International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)   2.400EUR20132012
  Norway Global Crop Diversity TrustGCTD  2.500USD20112010
  Norway SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   2.500USD20112010
 Start-up funding for the interim establishment and operation of the Congo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF) and the delivery of a small regional project portfolio responding to immediate national and regional demands and pressures faced by the forests of the CongoUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCentral AfricaCongo Basin Forestry Start Up Fund  REDD+2.870EUR20122010-2011
 CONGO BASIN FORESTRY START UP FUNDUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCentral AfricaCongo Basin Forestry Start Up Fund MitigationREDD+2.870EUR20112010-2011
  Norway SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   3.000USD2013Disbursed 2012
  Norway NDF - Nordic Development Fund-  3.000USD2013Disbursed 2010
  Norway LDCF - Least Developed Countries Fund   3.000USD2013Disbursed 2012
  Norway SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   3.000USD20122011
  Norway GEEREF - The Global Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Fund Mitigation 3.300USD20112010
 Forest Carbon partnership facility - Readiness FundItalyMultilateralForest Carbon Partnership Facility - Readiness Fund MitigationREDD+3.840EUR20112010
  European Union1 SCCF - Special Climate Change Fund   4.000EUR20112010
 SCCF is a specific fund to support activities and programs in the area of adaptation to climate change, technology transfer, energy, transport, industry and waste management, among others, in developing countries.SpainInternationalSCCF - Special Climate Change FundGEFAdaptation 4.000EUR20122010-2011
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Regions

   
Recipient PartyDescriptionContributing PartyRegionFundInstitutionsTypeActivityAmountCurrencyReportImplementation Period
BotswanaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Botswana: to strengthen resilience through the Resilience in the Limpopo River Basin Initiative. 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  Resilience in the Limpopo River Basin (RESILIM) initiative  2.100USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
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-
 grantAustriaMulti, Sub-Sahara Africa AEE - INTECMitigationCapacity building0.990EUR20132012-2015
 Appui à la mise en place de programmes d'assurance récolte indicielle en Afrique de l'ouestFranceAfrica Regional AFD  1.000EUR20132012-2014
 suivi et gestion des ressources en eau : autorit? du bassin du NigerFranceNiger basin AFDAdaptation 1.700EUR20112010-2012
 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
 Programme de développement régional au sud ouest de la RCA - PDRSOFranceCentral Africa AFD  5.000EUR20132012-2014
Viet NamRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Vietnam: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
ThailandRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Thailand: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MalaysiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Malaysia: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
SingaporeRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Singapore: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
CambodiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Cambodia: More than $400,000 to improve power transmission and distribution in Southeast Asia through ASEAN’s Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission. The amount provided here does not necessarily reflect the sum total of climate-related financing provided by the U.S. Government to this country.United States of AmericaAsia Regional ASEAN Connectivity Smart Grid Workshop and Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)  0.400USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 To strengthen the voice of the poorest countries in international negotiations ensuring that their needs are reflected in international agreements.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandInternational Advocacy Fund All1.390EUR20122011-2012
 Increase Africa voice and influence for a new international climate change agreement.United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional Africa Climate Change Champions All0.050EUR20122010-2011
 To enable flexible limited scale support to country partners in the near term to catalyse initial assessment, informed dialogue and action on addressing climate variability and changeUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional Africa Climate Change Resource Facility All0.080EUR20122010-2011
UgandaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Uganda: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
NamibiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Namibia : to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
NigeriaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Nigeria: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
RwandaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Rwanda: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
KenyaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Kenya: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
South AfricaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including South Africa: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
EthiopiaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Ethiopia: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
GhanaRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Ghana: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
MozambiqueRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Mozambique: to expand clean energy production through the Africa Infrastructure 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  1.700USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
CameroonRegional Programs Benefiting a Number of Countries, Including Cameroon: to improve the governance and sustainable use of forest resources. 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 Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  2.500USDUpdate 2012FY 2012
 Provide clean energy capacity building assistance to governments in Southern Africa. The program will work with partner government agencies responsible for the development of policies, integrated resource plans, and energy sector reforms, and will result in the deployment of clean and renewable energy technologies and programs that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.United States of AmericaSouthern Africa Africa Infrastructure Program (AIP)  4.600USD2012Beginning in FY 2011
  United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional Africa Risk Capacity pool (ARC)Adaptation 0.460EUR20122011-2012
 African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) Phase 2 of DFID funding, 2010 - 2013 ; To facilitate public-private partnerships for the transfer, development, production and deployment of agricultural technology. AATF works closely with African farmers, scientists, businesses, NGOs to identify needs of poor farmers and to match these needsUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAfrica Regional African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF)Adaptation 0.320EUR20122010-2011
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
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Type/Activity

   
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
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
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 0.490EUR20122010
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
Afghanistan NorwayAsia Regional  Mitigation 1.249USD20122011
Afghanistan Norway   Mitigation 1.323USD2013Total 2010-2012
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 1.800EUR20122010-2012
Afghanistan Italy  UNOPSAdaptation 1.800EUR20132010-2012
AfghanistanThe project is concerned with the diversification of rural livelihoods, agriculture and irrigation methods.Germany  GIZ*Adaptation 6.000EUR20132010 - 2013
AfghanistanProject for Introduction of Clean Energy by Solar Electricity Generation SystemJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy6.087USD2013Mar - 2010
AfghanistanProject for Introduction of Clean Energy by Solar Electricity Generation SystemJapan3  Ministry of Foreign Affairs JICAMitigationRenewable energy sector6.090USD2012Mar 2010
AfghanistanProject for Introduction of Clean Energy by Solar Electricity Generation SystemJapan   MitigationRenewable energy sector6.090USD2011Mar 2010
AfghanistanInfection Countermeasure through the supply aid of health service, safe water, sanitation and nutrition in collaboration with UNICEFJapan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs UNICEFAdaptationHealth12.261USD2013Jan - 2011
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 NovemMitigationTechnology14.170EUR20132010-2014
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1 Note for European Union. In some cases information is only a sample of projects that has been made available, thus the individual figures do not necessarily add up to the sum total made available by a specific Member State.

2 Note for Germany 2011.

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