The Climate Report 2017/18 - Page 20



In this regard the Economic Commission for Africa
(through its African Climate Policy Center - ACPC),
the African Union Commission, the World Bank
and the African Development Bank (AfDB) have
teamed up and launched the “Africa Climate
Resilient Investment Facility – AFRI-RES”. The
Facility is now operational with initial seed funding
from the Nordic Development Fund (NDF).
B. About AFRI_RES
AFRI-RES is an Africa-based networked centre of
technical competence and excellence with the
overall objective to strengthen the capacity of
African institutions (including national
governments, river basin organizations, Regional
Economic Communities, power pools, among
others) as well as the private sector (project
developers and financiers) to plan, design, and
implement infrastructure investments that are
resilient to climate variability and change in selected
sectors, based on a framework and value proposition
as shown in Figure 2.
Member States and
Project Developers
Climate Science
Community
- Advisory services
- Specifications
- Guidelines
- Open access date
and tools
AFRI-RES
- Consensus building
- Support access to
climate finance for
incremental cost
Financiers
Figure 2. Operational Framework and Value Proposition of AFRI-RES
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