The Adaptation Fund NGO Network

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The Adaptation Fund NGO Network is a coalition of NGOs and interested stakeholders following the development of the Adaptation Fund and its funded projects. It strives for a sustainable dynamic influence on politics and the engagement of civil society. It believes in the great chance to contribute to a successful implementation of projects funded by the Adaptation Fund in developing countries, for the benefits of those people and communities particularly vulnerable to climate change. The network directly supports NGOs in a number of developing countries, with a focus on direct access countries, by increasing their capacity to escort all relevant issues around the implementation of the project throughout the implementation period.

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22.07.2013
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Our Purpose
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03.06.2013
Flyer AF NGO Network 2014
Supporting the most vulnerable to climate change
The AF NGO Network has been initiated by a number of NGOs in order:
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03.06.2013
AFN Membership Form
If you want to become a member of the AF NGO Network, please fill in the membership form below or co
Case Study
11.12.2012
Mapping Evaluation AF funded projects
Prior to Doha meeting, the AF NGO Network has commissioned a case study in seven project countries funded by the Adaptation Fund.
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30.11.2012
Insights from vulnerable developing countries
Making the Adaptation Fund work for the most vulnerable
This publication summarises the state of play in the Adaptation Fund and the key experiences of members of the Adaptation Fund NGO Network, at international policy level as well as within developing countries.
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30.11.2012
Report Activities in Doha
This document describes activities that the AF NGO Network has undertaken in Doha.
Side Event
23.11.2012
Monday, 26th November 2012, 13:15 to 14:45 h | Side event Room 8, Qatar National Convention Centre in Doha
For the world’s most vulnerable communities, loss and damage due to climate change is already a reality. A new report looks beyond adaptation and draws evidence of loss and damage from five case studies conducted in Bangladesh, Bhutan, the Gambia, Kenya, and Micronesia. The results will be launched at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha/Qatar. The findings are based on nearly 1800 household interviews and 200 focus group and expert discussions.
Case Study
14.11.2012
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In December 2011, River Nzoia in Western Kenya broke its dykes and caused havoc in Budalangi Division.
Case Study
14.11.2012
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Droughts and changing rainfall patterns in the North Bank Region frequently cause crop failures and food insecurity.

Adaptation Fund NGO Network annual strategy workshop (2018)

Adaptation Fund NGO Network annual strategy workshop (2018)

Left to right: Emmanuel Seck (Enda Energie), Nora Immink (intern), Yves Renard (Panos Caribbean),  Patricia Velasco (FFLA), Julio Carcamo (Fundación Vida), Julia Grimm(Germanwatch), Mawusé Hountondji  (JVE-Benin), Serge  Nsengimana (ACNR), Fazal Issa (ForumCC), Ehab Eid (JREDS), Farhan Syed (Develpment Alternatives), Elin Lorimer (Indigo), David Gorré (volunteer).

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About the AF NGO Network

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AF NGO Network Baseline Mapping Series


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Insights from Cambodia, Honduras, Jamaica, Kenya, Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania

Supported by BMU

Supported by BMUB

The Adaptation Fund NGO Network has been financially supported by the International Climate Initiative (IKI). The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) supports this initiative on the basis of a decision adopted by the German Bundestag.