Grants to Date
– NIE Small Grants for Innovation
|Country||Title||Implementing Entity||Approved Amount||Approval Date|
|Dominican Republic||Strengthening of a Replicable Micro Ecosystem of Accelerated Technological Innovation for Adaptation and Mitigation to Climate Change in Dominican Republic through the Development of a Pilot Thermo Solar Desalination Appropriate Technology||IDDI||249,929||09/23/2020|
|Chile||Water Security: Improving Water Access during Emergency Situations in San Antonio Province, Region Valparaíso||AGCID||230,000||10/11/2019|
|Armenia||Engaging Future Leaders: Digital Education Module on Adaptation Challenges and Best Practices for Youth||Environmental Project Implementation Unit|
|Antigua and Barbuda||Innovative Technologies for Improved Water Availability to Increase Food Security in Antigua and Barbuda||ABED||250,000||12/23/2020|
– Adaptation Fund Climate Innovation Accelerator (AFCIA)
|Country||Title||Implementing Entity||Approved Amount||Amount Transferred in USD||Approval Date|
|Regional||Adaptation Fund- UN Environment Special Financing Window in Support of Innovation for Adaptation||UN Environment Programme||5,000,000||713,900||10/11/2019|
|Regional||Adaptation Fund-UNDP Innovation Small Grant Aggregator Platform (ISGAP)||UN Development Programme||5,000,000||1,088,393||10/11/2019|
– Large Innovation Projects
Grants Under Review
The innovation project proposals listed below have been received for review and consideration for the 36th Adaptation Fund Board meeting. Public comments on these proposals are welcome, and should be sent to email@example.com no later than March 3, 2021. When submitting comments, please include your full name and any relevant professional affiliation.
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