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Forest Governance, Markets and Climate [GB-1-201724]

Budget: £117,259,030 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

A global programme supporting governance and market reforms aimed at reducing the illegal use of forest resources, benefitting poor forest-dependent people and promoting sustainable growth in developing countries.

Skills Development Programme [GB-1-204399]

Budget: £89,500,000 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

To deliver skill-based trainings to around 330,000 poor and vulnerable people in the Punjab district ( of which 40% are women) with an aim to provide a pool of skilled workers for the private sector firms, leading to enhanced incomes and employment prospects and encouraging private sector training providers to build up their training capacity.

TEA - Transforming Energy Access [GB-1-204867]

Budget: £60,650,000 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

The project is up to £65 million over five years, to support early stage testing and scale up of innovative technologies and business models that will accelerate access to affordable, clean energy services for poor households and enterprises, especially in Africa. The programme will include: i) partnership with Shell Foundation, enabling support to another 30+ early stage private sector innovations. ii) Innovate UK’s Energy Catalyst to stimulate technology innovation by UK enterprises; iii) build other strategic clean energy innovation partnerships (e.g. testing a new ‘P2P Solar’ crowdfunding platform; and scoping a potential new partnership with Gates Foundation on Mission Innovation); iv) skills and expertise development. To support early stage testing and scale up of innovative technologies and business models that will accelerate access to affordable, clean energy services for poor households and enterprises, especially in Africa

TEACHER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME [GB-1-202942]

Budget: £33,996,845 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

To improve student learning in six states in Northern Nigeria over 6 years. This will be achieved through creating a cohort of 66,000 more effective teachers of Mathematics, Science and Technology and English. For every year that these 66,000 teachers continue in service, they will improve the learning outcomes of up to 2,000,000 students in primary and junior secondary schools. In the Colleges of Education, a total of 816 lecturers, working in Primary Education and Junior Secondary School Departments, will be trained. In turn, 4,000 student teachers will benefit from improved training through pre-service methods in Colleges of Education.

Youth Education and Skills programme for economic Growth (YES4Growth) [GB-1-203870]

Budget: £26,400,000 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

The project will deliver manifesto commitments on education and contribute to the global goal of inclusive and equitable quality education for all. It will ensure underprivileged youth, especially females, have improved opportunities for basic education, vocational skills and formal employment. The project will also contribute to the UK government's commitment to women's economic empowerment. Over 27,000 (45% girls) youth will benefit from skills development.

Bangladesh Policy Fund [GB-1-113310]

Budget: £4,949,991 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

To support pro-poor policy changes in Bangladesh through small scale time bound strategic interventions that are consistent with the UK's Country PlanPolicy Fund supported research and policy interventions used and applied by Govt of Bangladesh and other relevant stakeholders to develop pro-poor policy and reduce poverty, focus on vulnerable and excluded groups.Research and policy interventions to develop pro-poor policy and reduce poverty, focus on vulnerable and excluded groupsTo support the development of evidence-based policies and programmes to reduce poverty in Bangladesh through funding research studies, consultations and pilot projects.

Tristan da Cunha Technical Cooperation and Capacity Building [GB-1-204730]

Budget: £2,740,000 Status: Implementation Reporting Org: Department for International Development

To enable the Administration of Tristan da Cunha to provide appropriate public services to meet the basic health, education, safeguarding and economic development needs of the island community, through the provision of professional expertise and training.

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