Between 20 April and 15 July, National Governments and Delivery Organisations, were invited to submit NAMA Support Project Outlines to the NAMA Facility. In total, 42 NAMA Support Project Outlines were received. Outlines cover a large variety of sectors and all geographic regions. >> more
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The Third Call for NAMA Support Project Outlines of the NAMA Facility closed on 15 July 2015. NAMA Support Project Outlines received are currently evaluated with regard to their eligibility, ambition and feasibility. >> more
The NAMA Facility provides tailor-made support for the implementation of highly ambitious and transformational NAMAs in developing countries. The Facility conducts competitive calls and selects the most ambitious and promising NAMA Support Projects for funding.
The NAMA Facility is a joint programme of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building (MCEB) and the European Commission.
So far, the NAMA Facility has made two calls for projects and 9 NAMA Support Projects are now receiving support. The selected NAMA Support Projects represent the most advanced and ambitious NAMAs worldwide. They cover different sectors such as transport, renewable energy, agriculture and forestry, and come from a range of countries. The NAMA Facility is currently supporting NSPs in Mexico, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Thailand, Burkina Faso and Tajikistan. To learn more about the NAMA Facility portfolio, please click here.
NAMA Support Projects supported by the NAMA Facility need to fit into the context of a broader NAMA and need to have the potential to catalyse transformational change in a partner country towards a low-carbon development path.
The potential for transformational change is one of the central criteria considered when evaluating the goals of a NAMA Support Project.
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