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Projects

FP187
Cross-cutting

Benin

Ouémé Basin Climate-Resilience Initiative (OCRI) Benin

SAP005
Adaptation

Benin

Enhanced climate resilience of rural communities in central and north Benin through the implementation of ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) in forest and agricultural landscapes

FP105
Mitigation

Multiple countries

BOAD Climate Finance Facility to Scale Up Solar Energy Investments in Francophone West Africa LDCs

FP095
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Transforming Financial Systems for Climate

FP092
Cross-cutting

Multiple countries

Programme for integrated development and adaptation to climate change in the Niger Basin (PIDACC/NB)

FP027
Mitigation

Multiple countries

Universal Green Energy Access Programme (UGEAP)

National Designated Authority

Ministry of Living Environment and Sustainable Development
Mr. Martin Pépin Aïna Primary
Director General, Division of Climate Change
01 BP 3502 - 01 BP 3621, Cotonou, Benin
Phone +229 96613936
marnickson@yahoo.fr
maina@gouv.bj
Mr. Théodore Cossi Domingo Secondary
01 BP 3502 - 01 BP 3621, Cotonou, Benin
Phone +229 97764297
stheodorecossi@yahoo.fr

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GCF Team

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News + Stories

GCF partners with FAO on two major climate-resilience projects in Benin and the Gambia

21 Jul 2022 / GCF and FAO have signed an agreement for $60 million in funding for two new major projects that will improve climate-resilience in Benin and the Gambia. These cross-cutting mitigation and adaptation projects were approved at the most recent GCF Board meeting in Incheon, South Korea. GCF will provide over USD 35 million in funding for both projects.

Reframing development goals to catalyze climate finance

15 Oct 2018 / To expand the impact of GCF-funding and empower locally driven climate actions, a pioneering collaboration between the Government of Germany, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UN Environment and the World Resource Institute (WRI), supported nine countries to put systems in place to understand and engage effectively with the Green Climate Fund and to systematically address overall climate finance gaps and opportunities.

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