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    GCTF is a financial support initiative of the Swiss Secretariat for Economic Affair (SECO) to promote medium- and long-term investments of Vietnamese SMEs in cleaner production technology to achieve environmental improvements. Cleaner production aims at identifying solutions for environmental problems that improve the profitability of the companies and at the same time reduce emissions. Cleaner production includes "low-cost" options (good practices) and opportunities for investment (cleaner technologies).

    The Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR) provides funding and technical assistance to support the design and implementation of market-based mechanisms for GHG mitigation in developing and emerging countries. A key objective of the PMR is to pilot new mechanisms – such as domestic emissions trading schemes or other scaled-up crediting mechanisms – and to share the resulting lessons learned from these pilots with the international community

    The UN-REDD Programme has both a country-level and global focus. The global portion of UN-REDD is broadly concerned with technical and scientific support services, as well as developing and imparting knowledge management practices to non-Annex I states. The global programme seeks to achieve the following objectives:

    The Nordic Climate Facility (NCF) promotes the transfer of technology, know-how and innovative ideas between the Nordic countries and low-income countries on climate change. This exchange is expected to increase low-income countries’ abilities to mitigate and adapt to climate change and contribute to sustainable development and the reduction of poverty

    The Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO) is a multilateral international financial institution with broad experience of financing projects with positive environmental impacts.

    The financing of climate-relevant investments in developing and industrialising countries has become an important element of German development cooperation (DC). Climate change is aggravating the already significant challenges facing developing and industrialising countries. Their development in particular is expected to make growth and prosperity possible, but with the least possible additional impact on the climate. German Financial Cooperation (FC) plays a pivotal role in resolving this seeming contradiction between climate protection and the interests of development

    Established in 2006, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) is a partnership of 35 countries and six international organizations committed to helping developing countries reduce their vulnerability to natural hazards and adapt to climate change. The partnership’s mission is to mainstream disaster risk reduction (DDR) and climate change adaptation in country development strategies by supporting a country-led and country-managed implementation of the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA).

    The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) has the dual objectives of building capacity of tropical and sub-tropical developing countries in their efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD), and testing a program of performance-based incentive payments in some pilot countries, on a relatively small scale, in order to set the stage for a much larger system of positive incentives and financing flows in the future. The FCPF thus seeks to create an enabling environment and garner a body of knowledge and experiences that can facilitate development of a much larger global program of incentives for REDD over the medium term.

    UN-REDD Programme (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation)

    Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR)

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