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Enabling China to Prepare Its First Biennial Transparency Reports on Climate Change under UNFCCC
To assist the Government of China in the preparation and submission of its First Biennial Transparency Report (1BTR) for the fulfillment of the obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement (PA)
Stanziamento: US$250,000
First and Second Biennial Transparency Report and Fifth National Communication 1BTR + 5NC 2BTR
The objective of this project is to assist Togo in the preparation and submission of its First Biennial Transparency Report (BTR1) and a combined Second Biennial Transparency and Fifth National Communication Report (NC5/BTR2) for the fulfillment of the obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement (PA), in line with the Modalities, procedures and guidelines for the transparency framework for action and support referred to in Article 13 of the Paris Agreement (Decision 18/CMA .1) and the guidance on operationalizing the MPGs as per Decision 5/CMA.3. The project will support Togo in achieving its global environment concerns and commitments to international conventions, and to integrate climate change considerations in national development planning and policy through ensuring continuity of the institutional and technical capacity building, partly initiated, and consequently sustained by reporting instruments under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Stanziamento: US$1,233,000
Development of the First Biennial Transparency Report and the Fourth National Communication and Second Biennial Transparency Report as combined report under the UNFCCC 1BTR - 4NC2BTR
The objective of this project is to assist the Government of Guatemala in the preparation and submission of its First Biennial Transparency Report and a combined Fourth National Communication Report and Second Biennial Transparency for the fulfillment of the obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement (PA).
Stanziamento: US$1,233,000
Support for the development of protected areas for the conservation of biodiversity
The project aims to strengthen conservation of biodiversity in Community Nature Reserves (OECMs) and mainstream biodiversity in pastoral production systems
Strengthening the protected area system in Angola through innovation and capacity development
To enhance the effectiveness of Angola’s protected area system through improved financial leverage, technical innovation and participatory management models.
Enhancing co-benefits of conservationprotected area management through an inclusive wildlife-based ecotourism strategy ECOTOURISM
To develop and implement sustainable, wildlife and nature-friendly ecotourism products and services in Indonesia’s conservation/protected areas to enhance biodiversity conservation and promote local community involvement and benefit-sharing
Sustainable Management and Restoration of Threatened Ecological Corridors in Kenya
To enhance holistic management and restoration of ecological corridors to ensure ecosystem integrity, connectivity, resilience and human well-being in Kenya.
Effective protection of Mozambique's Miombo woodlands and marine hotspot conservation areas enhancing global coping mechanisms to climate change
To contribute to the implementation of the Maputo Declaration on Sustainable and integrated management of Miombo woodlands through the pilot case of Gilé National Park (GNAP), and make the case for achieving the 10% of marine conservation areas by 2030 in Mozambique
Restoring Forest Ecosystem Functions Through Community-Based Management in the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan
To restore forest landscapes, conserve biodiversity and promote sustainable utilization of forest resources by communities in the vicinity of the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) and Dibeen Forest Reserve, Jordan
Empowering Indigenous Peoples for Sustainable Development: Inclusive Biodiversity Management through a Social and Solidarity Economy Approach
Empower indigenous peoples and local communities (IPLCs) in Suriname's rural districts and interior regions to sustainably manage their lands, territories, and resources, promoting biodiversity management, social inclusion, and sustainable development through social and solidarity economy (SESE) principles and strengthened organizational capacity, governance structures, and policy frameworks.
Strengthening transboundary conserved area management of the Sangha Tri-National TNS
To provide sustainable, long-term investment in the globally significant TNS contributing to the 30*30 goals of Cameroon, the Central African Republic, and the Republic of Congo.
Responding to Pacific priorities for ecosystem management and NBSAP implementation through strengthening capacities for effective planning and monitoring of ecosystems
Enhance sustainable management of marine and terrestrial ecosystems through strengthened planning, financing, monitoring and inclusive local community participation in Fiji, Nauru and Tonga
Advancing ABS implementation in Cambodia
To advance ABS implementation in Cambodia for conservation of biological diversity and equitable sharing of benefits from the utilization of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge.
Philippines Biodiversity Financing Program
To increase public and private sector biodiversity/nature-positive investments through the implementation of the National Biodiversity Finance Plan to support the accelerated achievement of the KM-GBF aligned Philippine Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (PBSAP) targets
Support for the development of a national policy, institutional and monitoring framework to effectively implement the Nagoya Protocol in Belize
This project aims to assist in the establishment of a national framework that will support greater capacity and coordination across entities responsible for regulating access to genetic resources and benefit-sharing. Transparency, inclusivity and wide stakeholder involvement are key to the development of such a framework which also gives consideration to the Indigenous Peoples of Belize. Hence, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (IPs & LCs) will be listed as project beneficiaries of project components/activities but will not directly receive financial resources. Nevertheless, by improving access to genetic resources and traditional knowledge, in a just and equitable manner, while promoting and supporting IPs & LCs´ stewardship of this knowledge and benefits from its use through policy and legislation, this project will assist Belize in charting a sustainable pathway to the effective management and use of its biodiversity. This goal is aligned with GBFF targets and responds to the National Biodiversity Strategic Action Plan (2016-2020). Objective:To create an enabling environment for Belize to accede to and implement the Nagoya Protocol, through bridging the policy and legislative gap that exists as it relates to access to genetic resources.
Delivering Target 3 at the regional scale in Peru: Applying the ecosystem approach in the Northern Transversal Economic Corridor of Peru Northern TEC
Contribute to the achievement of GBF Target 3 objectives in the North of Peru, increasing the coverage and effective management of its Conserved Areas, and empowering IP&LC agency for biodiversity management and conservation, applying the ecosystem-based approach in the Northern Transversal Economic Corridor (Northern TEC)
Community-based conservation for biodiversity and livelihoods in the context of climate change in DRC
To conserve and sustainably use biodiversity in Communal and Indigenous Land of the DRC, supporting the recovery of degraded ecosystems, carbon sequestration and storage, climate resilience, and people's livelihoods.
Strengthening Globally Significant Biodiversity Corridors in the Philippines through Local Community Empowerment
To strengthen globally significant biodiversity corridors in the Philippines through comprehensive restoration, management, valuation and financing strategies which empower local communities..
Reimagining National Parks for People and Nature - Leveraging Durable Financing Mechanisms for Mega Living Landscapes MLL to achieve Target 3 in South Africa
To enhance the effective establishment and management of Mega Living Landscapes (MLLs) in South Africa by developing and implementing durable financial mechanisms for them.
Global Opportunities for the Long-Term Development of the Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining Sector in Costa Rica - planetGOLD Costa Rica
To reduce the negative environmental and social impacts caused by the intensive use of mercury in the artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) sector in Costa Rica
Stanziamento: US$4,500,000
Scaling up biodiversity-positive and culturally inclusive agrifood and agritourism systems in Palau
To scale up the sustainable use of biodiversity and maintain the ecological integrity of agro-ecosystems in Palau’s mosaics of agricultural and natural landscapes.
Advancing integrated participatory spatial planning to enhance Samoa's globally significant biodiversity at a national scale
To support integrated participatory spatial planning within Samoa’s landscapes to enhance globally significant biodiversity and ecosystem functionality
Third Additional Financing to the Food Systems Resilience Program FSRP
To increase preparedness against food insecurity and improve the resilience of food systems in participating countries.
Stanziamento: US$18,348,624
Guinea Water and Sanitation Project
The project objective is to increase access to improved water services in Greater Conakry and to support the implementation of water and sanitation policy and institutional reforms
Stanziamento: US$10,092,000
Control and reduction of mercury emissions from the cement industry in Brazil
To support national commitment towards the Minamata Convention through monitoring, control and reduction of mercury emissions from the cement industry in Brazil and synergies with innovative approaches planned under the Cement Technology Roadmap
Stanziamento: US$12,000,000
Enhancing Integrated Watershed Management and Climate Resilience for Vulnerable Communities in the Nam-Poui, Nam-Poun, Nam-Lay and Nam-Houng Basins in Lao PDR
Enhance adaptation capacity of agriculture-dependent communities to floods, droughts, seasonal variations, and uneven access to freshwater in key river basins in Sayaboury province.
Stanziamento: US$6,772,477
Strengthening Zambezi River Basin Management towards Climate Resilience and Ecosystem Health.
To improve collaborative water, energy, food and environmental planning and management in the Zambezi River Basin.
Stanziamento: US$9,450,000
Programme for innovation in climate adaptation and resilience building solutions PARS
Reduce climate vulnerability and enhance resilience of vulnerable communities to climate change by promoting innovation, facilitating technology transfer and deploying adaptation and resilience building solutions at scale.
Building Urban Resilience to Climate Change and Transitioning to Green Economy in Somalia
Enhance the resilience of urban systems and improve the adaptive capacity of vulnerable urban communities and ecosystems to reduce the adverse impacts of climate change on urban areas in Somalia.
Stanziamento: US$11,626,606
Global Electronics Management GEM Program
To significantly reduce the generation of electronic waste and increase circularity and resource recovery in the electronics sector of developing countries, through the creation of an enabling environment, including access to finance, technology and policy and legislative change that fosters responsible electronics management.
Sao Tome e Principe - Development of the Transport and Coastal Protection Sector
The main objective of this project is to enhance coastal resilience through climate resilient transport infrastructure, improved road safety and connectivity, facilitating access to markets, schools and services
Stanziamento: US$12,844,037
Rehabilitation and restoration of ecosystems in the Gum Arabic belt and sustainable use of forest resources in Mauritania
The objective is to combat land degradation through the restoration, sustainable management and use of agro-silvopastoral landscapes and associated ecosystem services as well as goods, including Gum Arabic and other NTFPs
Stanziamento: US$5,329,452
Strengthening the resilience of smallholder farmers and ecosystems to the effects of climate change STRADAP
To promote climate adaptive, viable and resilient enterprises for youth and women that create jobs and are integrated with agro-silvo-pastoral and fishing value chains in Chad.
Stanziamento: US$7,105,936
Towards a climate-resilient family farming model in Togo
Enhancing the productive capacities of vulnerable communities, with a focus on women, young people, and people with disabilities to better adapt to climate shocks, by promoting climate resilient agriculture, natural capital management, rural entrepreneurship, and an improved enabling environment.
Stanziamento: US$4,416,210
Strengthening Indonesia's Reduction and Elimination in the Distribution and Supply Chain of Mercury from National Health SIRENE
This project will assist the Government of Indonesia to eliminate mercury in the distribution and supply chain of mercury containing medical devices (MCMDs) from the health sector, establish systems and introduce technologies for mercury safe disposal and create mechanism for the sustainable and circular introduction of mercury free medical devices (MFMD)
Stanziamento: US$6,590,000
Strengthening climate resilience of communities in Angola through community-based adaptation action
To enhance adaptive capacity and increase resilience of local communities' livelihoods, food security and nutrition to climate change.
Stanziamento: US$8,932,420
Enhance the adaptative capacity to floods and water security in Sao Tome and Principe
To increase (1) the resilience of urban areas and vulnerable communities to the impacts of climate change-driven floods and (2) water security in São Tome and Principe
Stanziamento: US$5,329,452
Development of Minamata Convention Initial Assessment MIA for the Kingdom of Bahrain
Facilitate the early implementation of the Minamata Convention through the use of scientific and technical knowledge and tools by national stakeholders in Bahrain.
Stanziamento: US$200,000
Global Chemicals Monitoring Programme to support implementation of Stockholm and Minamata Conventions GCMP
Global monitoring of POPs and mercury to contribute to the effectiveness evaluation of the Stockholm Convention and provide data to support the effectiveness evaluation mechanism of the Minamata Convention.
Climate-resilient Banjul: Enhancing Urban Resilience in the Greater Banjul Area CLIMB
Enhance the climate resilience of communities in the Greater Banjul Area by scaling up investments in urban ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) solutions
Stanziamento: US$12,544,037
Integrated Management of Seascapes of the Kazakhstani part of the Caspian Sea and Land Resources of Adjacent Territories
The project objective is to promote an integrated ecosystem-based approach to conserve key species and habitats of the Caspian Sea and ensure sustainable economic development.
Stanziamento: US$7,270,000
Safeguarding the future of Namibia's Protected Area Network through Financing4Future
Ensure long term financial sustainability for effective management & safeguarding of Namibia’s existing Protected Area Network (PAN). 4620446
Stanziamento: US$6,140,422
Increased Access to Water Supply for Resilience in Comoros IAWASuR
To increase access to high quality, stable, reliable and resilient water supply in order to reduce climate vulnerability in Comoros.
Stanziamento: US$8,932,420
Improving the source to sea governance to reduce the impacts on the transboundary large marine ecosystems in the SICA region
To enhance environmental sustainability, economic prosperity and climate resilience in the Pacific, Central American Coastal and Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystems through a Source-to-Sea approach that safeguards marine and freshwater resources for ecosystems and livelihoods.
Stanziamento: US$18,048,624
Global Programme to Support Countries to Upscale Integrated Electric Mobility Systems - Addendum June 2024
The GEF-8 “Global Programme to Support Countries to Upscale Integrated Electric Mobility Systems” aims at upscaling integrated e-mobility system projects including investment and to establish a global framework to address key challenges of used electric vehicles, end-of-life electric vehicles and batteries & circularity [Unchanged from original PFD]
Addressing Outstanding Barriers and Leveraging Durable Financial Mechanisms to Achieve Target 3 in Gabon
To improve protected and conserved area management in Gabon by integrating a national HWC strategy into the PFP financial mechanism and managing human wildlife conflict at key sites.
Stanziamento: US$1,364,496
Mex30x30: Conserving Mexican biodiversity through communities and their protected areas
To help Mexico advance toward the Global Biodiversity Framework 30x30 target through long-term sustainable financing for the existing national protected areas (national parks and ADVCs) Indicators (Targets): a. Terrestrial protected areas under improved management effectiveness (Target: 3,665,666 ha) b. Marine protected areas under improved management effectiveness (Target: 22,241,504 ha) c. Greenhouse gas emissions mitigated (Target: 5.7 million tons) d. Number of people experiencing socioeconomic benefits (male/female) (Target: 163,293 people; 50% female)
Stanziamento: US$16,672,477
Caatinga Protected Areas Program - ARCA
To improve the conservation of the Caatinga, a biome of global biodiversity importance, through the expansion and improved management effectiveness of Brazil’s National System of Protected Areas, endangered species conservation, and engagement of Indigenous People, Traditional Peoples and Local Communities, enhancing biodiversity resilience and improving livelihoods.
Stanziamento: US$8,964,220
Biodiversity Conservation in Indigenous Lands
The main objective of this project is to protect and maintain the biodiversity of indigenous lands by supporting Indigenous communities to implement their own Territorial and Environmental Management Plans.
Stanziamento: US$9,064,221
Development of North Macedonia's First Biennial Transparency Report and the combined Second Biennial Transparency Report and Fifth National Communication on climate change under the UNFCCC BTR1 and BTR2NC5
The objective of this project is to assist the Republic of North Macedonia in the preparation and submission of its First Biennial Transparency Report and a combined Second Biennial Transparency and Fifth National Communication Report (BTR1 and BTR2/NC5) for the fulfillment of the obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement (PA), in line with the Modalities, Procedures and Guidelines (MPGs) for the transparency framework for action and support referred to in Article 13 of the Paris Agreement (Decision 18/CMA .1) and the guidance on operationalizing the MPGs as per Decision 5/CMA.3. The project will support the Republic of North Macedonia in achieving its global environment concerns and commitments to international conventions, and to integrate climate change considerations in national development planning and policy through ensuring continuity of the institutional and technical capacity building, partly initiated, and consequently sustained by reporting instruments under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Stanziamento: US$1,233,000
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