Project facilitation costs covering planning, implementation and resources as part of ODA projects in Colombia
Designed to support the growth of low carbon agriculture in Colombia by gathering evidence on whether introducing Silvopastoral Systems to cattle ranching can help reduce deforestation and alleviate poverty through the increase of milk and beef production and the provision of alternative income through payments for ecosystem services. Silvopastoral Systems are agricultural techniques which improve and convert cattle grazing land into a richer environment by planting trees, shrubs, fodder crops and living fences and conserving existing forest.
The Eco.business fund is a public-private partnership. The fund will promote business and consumption practices that contribute to biodiversity conversation, the sustainable use of natural resources and to mitigate climate change and adapt to its impacts. The Fund will secure private sector investments and support both financial instruments and non-financial instruments, such as technical assistance. This could be, for instance, helping sustainably certified farmers to grow shade covered coffee plantations.
Strengthening cultural and educational development by building skills and capacity and by creating new opportunities and connections with the UK
Support Colombia in strengthening occupational risk and environmental competences in the areas of chemical substances, risk evaluation, major hazards and infrastructure in the context of attaining OECD standards
This project will share with Colombia key changes in its educational and policing policies and as a result, will set Colombia on the path to reform in these two areas.
Project facilitation costs covering planning, implementation and resources as part of ODA projects in Columbia
To increase the professional capacity of the PPP Agency via the training of its members and for these professionals to be able to implement the PPP projects and programs to be developed by the City of Medellin. By this training and exposure to international projects, it is expected that the Agency will be in a better position to take the projects to market both at national and international level.
To contribute to the construction of a smarter Bogota by sharing key transport and mobility information and facilitating institutional collaboration, thereby expanding economic impact and increasing opportunities for international investment.
Strengthening the economic impact of public transport investments in Colombian cities by pioneering use of mobile phone data in Cali to inform urban development and public transport planning.