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Wealth Accounting and theValuation of Ecosystem Services Knowledge Center Annual Report 2015

WAVES is a global partnership that aims to mainstream natural capital in development planning and national economic accounts in support of sustainable development. WAVES core implementing countries include developing countries—Botswana, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Indonesia, Madagascar, the Philippines and Rwanda—all working to establish natural capital accounts. WAVES also partners with UN agencies—UNEP, UNDP, and the UN Statistical Commission—that are helping to implement natural capital accounting. WAVES is funded by a multi-donor trust fund and is overseen by a steering committee. In 2015, WAVES focused on consolidating work in the eight core implementing countries.

ASTAE/ESMAP 2015 Annual Report

The ESMAP Annual Report 2015 takes a comprehensive look at ESMAP's programs, activities, and results for Fiscal Year 2015. The first chapter highlights our work for the year, followed by chapters each giving an overview of FY2015 activities and results in ESMAP’s main program areas: clean energy, energy access, energy efficient cities, and energy assessments and strategies. The report also includes sections on special initiatives such as the SIDS DOCK Support Program for small island developing states; the Africa Renewable Energy and Access Program (AFREA); Gender and Social Inclusion in the Energy Sector; and Results-Based Approaches to energy sector development.

The funds - Climate Funds Update

An independent website providing information on international finance initiatives designed to help developing countries address the challenges of climate change.

Periodic Reports

Speciale Climate Fund (oa SREP) Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) are financial arrangements that typically leverage a variety of public and private resources in support of international initiatives, enabling the international community to provide a direct and coordinated response to global priorities. Most FIFs have supported global programs often focused on the provision of global public goods, including communicable diseases, responses to climate change, and food security.

Strategic Climate Fund

`21488 SREP Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) are financial arrangements that typically leverage a variety of public and private resources in support of international initiatives, enabling the international community to provide a direct and coordinated response to global priorities. Most FIFs have supported global programs often focused on the provision of global public goods, including communicable diseases, responses to climate change, and food security.strong text

Green Climate Fund

24043-27119 Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) are financial arrangements that typically leverage a variety of public and private resources in support of international initiatives, enabling the international community to provide a direct and coordinated response to global priorities. Most FIFs have supported global programs often focused on the provision of global public goods, including communicable diseases, responses to climate change, and food security.

Least Developed Countries Fund

`LDCF Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) are financial arrangements that typically leverage a variety of public and private resources in support of international initiatives, enabling the international community to provide a direct and coordinated response to global priorities. Most FIFs have supported global programs often focused on the provision of global public goods, including communicable diseases, responses to climate change, and food security.strong text

Global Environment Facility

27173-27260 GEF V Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) are financial arrangements that typically leverage a variety of public and private resources in support of international initiatives, enabling the international community to provide a direct and coordinated response to global priorities. Most FIFs have supported global programs often focused on the provision of global public goods, including communicable diseases, responses to climate change, and food security.strong text

ESMAP Portfolio Reports

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ASTAE/ESMAP 2015 Annual Report

The ESMAP Annual Report 2015 takes a comprehensive look at ESMAP's programs, activities, and results for Fiscal Year 2015. The first chapter highlights our work for the year, followed by chapters each giving an overview of FY2015 activities and results in ESMAP’s main program areas: clean energy, energy access, energy efficient cities, and energy assessments and strategies. The report also includes sections on special initiatives such as the SIDS DOCK Support Program for small island developing states; the Africa Renewable Energy and Access Program (AFREA); Gender and Social Inclusion in the Energy Sector; and Results-Based Approaches to energy sector development.strong text

Least Developed Countries Fund

Financial Intermediary Funds (FIFs) are financial arrangements that typically leverage a variety of public and private resources in support of international initiatives, enabling the international community to provide a direct and coordinated response to global priorities. Most FIFs have supported global programs often focused on the provision of global public goods, including communicable diseases, responses to climate change, and food security.