As part of the NAMA Facility’s 1st Call, this NAMA Support Project’s (NSP) overall goal has been the promotion of cost-effective and energy-efficient building concepts across the residential housing sector, with an emphasis on low-income housing. In order to meet this objective, the NSP worked along two main pathways: the technical cooperation component (TC) and financial cooperation component (FC), supported by GIZ and KfW, respectively. These two components were designed to work together, effecting transformational change by developing an enabling environment through the alignment of disparate policies and guidelines, capacitation of relevant institutions and builders and provision of financial support to spur the uptake of energy efficient new housing – particularly for low-income families.
In this End-of-Project Report, you will find more about the FC and TC activities, their targets and results. Furthermore, lessons learnt from the project are highlighted.
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