Africa ready for climate investment

Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, and Tunisia, CIF, (Climate Investment Funds) Partnership, Forum

Delegations from Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, and Tunisia attended the CIF (Climate Investment Funds) Partnership Forum in Cape Town, South Africa, to share experiences with fellow CIF pilot countries from around the world


Burkina Faso, the DRC, Morocco, Mozambique, and Zambia were also there for the learning and to present their CIF investment plans and projects for approval at closed CIF committee meetings coupled with the forum - hosted by the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) Committee, the Forest Investment Program (FIP) Sub-Committee, and the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) Sub-Committee. Kenya and Mali also presented their investment plans to the Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program in Low Income Countries (SREP) Sub-Committee for initial feedback.


The African Development Bank (AfDB) has helped the countries to develop their plans and was in Cape Town to help them take this next step in green development.

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