NAMA Facility announces new call

The NAMA Facility has announced it's 7th Call for NAMA support projects. The submission of project outlines that support ambitious climate action in developing countries and emerging economies officially starts on 1 April 2020.



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Current IKI selection procedures: Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam

The IKI selection procedures for country specific programme outlines for Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam are open for application. Programme outlines can be submitted until 30 April 2020 through the IKI online platform.



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New IKI funding programme started

With its new "IKI Small Grants" programme, BMU supports climate and biodiversity projects by small organisations in developing and emerging economies. The first call for proposals has started on 5 December 2019 and closes on 5 March 2020.



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IKI Call for thematic programme outlines

The IKI thematic oriented selection procedure is open for application. Programme outlines can be submitted until 19 March 2020 through the IKI online platform in English.




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Current Selection Procedure

Currently, the selection procedure for thematic programme outlines is open for application. Programme ideas can be submitted until 19 March 2020, 24 hrs (CET).

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Video: 10 Years IKI (2018)

See in this video, how since 2008 IKI has been working on fostering climate protection and measures for adapting to climate change in collaboration with developing and emerging countries, as well as to sustainably manage forests and enhance forest carbon stocks (REDD+) and to preserve biodiversity.