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The United Kingdom's Contribution to the European Development Fund (EDF) for Aid under the Cotonou Agreement. This project was approved before the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. Work is now under way to understand the implications of leaving the EU for the UK’s development work
The $8 billion Climate Investment Funds (CIF) accelerates climate action by empowering transformations in clean technology, energy access, climate resilience, and sustainable forests in developing and middle income countries. The CIF’s large-scale, low-cost, long-term financing lowers the risk and cost of climate financing. It tests new business models, builds track records in unproven markets, and boosts investor confidence to unlock additional sources of finance.
Le HCR, l'Agence des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés, est une organisation internationale qui a pour mission de sauver des vies, de protéger les droits des réfugiés et de construire un avenir meilleur pour les réfugiés, les communautés déplacées et les apatrides.
The Home Office Official Development Assistance (ODA) budget provides support to asylum seekers while their claims for refugee status are being processed and provide support to unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASCs). ODA funding helps pay for food, shelter, travel and training for up to 12 months for people that are unable to live in their own country for fear of persecution because of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or other factors such as sexual orientation. This is an important complement to critical humanitarian support delivered overseas.
To provide the Department for International Development's (DFID) contribution to the European Union's activities in support of economic development and poverty reduction in Asia and Latin American countries and South Africa. The European Union activities contribute towards Member States pledges to commit 0.7% of Gross National Income (GNI) on Official Development Assistance (ODA)
To increase the scale of climate change finance and support low-carbon, climate resilient growth in developing countries. The Green Climate Fund will finance projects and programmes in a range of developing countries, including the poorest and most vulnerable, through a range of financial instruments and terms designed to meet country priorities and needs. It will also leverage private finance in support of low-carbon, climate resilient development.
The Girls Education Challenge aims to improve the learning opportunities and outcomes of over one million of the worlds most marginalised girls
The NAMA Facility is targeted fund set up in 2012 by Germany and the UK to help finance measures that tackle and shift challenging sectors within a country’s climate mitigation action plans. Projects in these plans (their Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions Plans) funded by the NAMA Facility offer good potential for replication and are important building blocks towards implementing ambitious NDCs. The NAMA Facility is unique within the ICF for its open access competitive structure and projects are wide ranging in terms type (energy efficiency, transport, agriculture, renewables, waste) and geography (Asia, Africa and South and Central America) and noticeable for high level of country support.
The commitment to resettle 20,000 refugees from Syria by 2020 was made by the Government in September 2015. Funding enables authorities to provide refugees who have fled conflict and persecution with a safe environment and the chance to rebuild their lives. The Home Office Official Development Assistance (ODA) budget pays for two resettlement schemes: The Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (SVPRS) and the Vulnerable Children Resettlement Scheme (VCRS). Home Office ODA funding pays for food, shelter and training for up to 12 months.
The FCPF-C is a World Bank administered fund that is helping to build long-term reforms in forested countries that ultimately align incentives clearly towards sustainable forest management.
Asian Development Fund 12 Replenishment. The United Kingdom’s contribution to the 11th replenishment of the Asian Development Fund for the period 2017 to 2020. Asian Development Fund is the concessional loans and grants arm of the Asian Development Bank. The AsDB will deliver both direct development results through the AsDF 12, and internal reforms agreed as part of the AsDF Replenishment negotiations. These reforms will improve the way the AsDF is run and enable the Fund to make a more substantial contribution towards the SDGs in the longer term.
United Kingdom's core core contributions to UN regular budget (GB-GOV-3-PIN-UND-RF-001)
As core part of our Climate Partnerships strategy, SIP is a UK-branded private finance flagship programme in which ICF provides concessional financing for sustainable infrastructure projects. We are currently working with Inter-American Development Bank to focus on priority climate partnership countries in Latin America (Brazil, Colombia, Mexico & Peru).
To support developing countries to implement international agreements on climate change, biodiversity, land degradation and harmful chemicals as integral elements of sustainable development. GEF’s other activities include sustainable forest management, international waters and protecting the ozone layer.
Department of Health Overseas Development Assistance spend - World Health Organisation UK annual assessed contribution 2013 - 2015
The REDD Early Movers Programme is a global programme designed to reward pioneers in forest conservation and climate protection, providing conditional payments to countries or regions upon verified emission reductions from deforestation.
United Kingdom's core core contributions to the Council of Europe (GB-GOV-3-PIN-COE-001)
The project aims to raise the level of technical understanding of Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) within key developing countries and emerging economies with high emissions (such as South Africa, Mexico, Indonesia and China), leading to the establishment of the necessary policy frameworks and incentive structures to support commercial, large-scale CCUS demonstration and ultimately accelerate the deployment of CCUS.
The key specific objectives of the TAF is to: a. Build capacity in both the public and private sector in order to facilitate the aims of the PIDG. b. Facilitate private investment and mobilise additional resources directed towards the implementation of initiatives sponsored by the PIDG Facilities. c. Promote better co-ordination in the delivery of technical assistance associated with projects sponsored by the PIDG Facilities. d. Enhance inclusion and other social development opportunities associated with projects supported by the PIDG Facilities. e. Provide post-transaction support for projects supported by the PIDG Facilities. f. Strengthen environmental sustainability of PIDG supported projects. g. Promote development or improvement of capital market systems in selected countries or regions. h. Facilitate affordability by the poor of infrastructure services provided on a commercially viable basis. ;
UK is providing funding to a major new programme (Market Accelerator for Green Construction) with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to build demonstration portfolios of green construction at scale, reducing emissions, mobilising new finance and inspiring markets to shift towards the new energy efficient buildings of the future.