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Next Generation Africa Climate Business Plan​

Reports

Since its launch in 2015, the original Africa Climate Business Plan supported 346 projects with more than US$33 billion in World Bank financing over the past six years. It has become a critical support mechanism to help client countries institutionalize climate action and meet their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), submitted under the Paris Agreement.

As the largest financier of climate action in Africa, the World Bank will use the Next Generation Africa Climate Business Plan to build on the successes of the original plan and apply lessons learned.

Over the next six years (2021–26), the World Bank will work with African countries to tackle climate change in multiple ways, including by helping cities develop in clean ways, making climate smart agriculture practices the norm, improving clean, green, and affordable energy, and putting people and communities at the forefront in order to improve lives and protect the future.

Africa Climate Business Plan

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2018 Africa Climate Business Plan update

Accelerating Climate-Resilient and Low-Carbon Development: Africa Climate Business Plan – Third Implementation Progress Report and Forward Look
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2017 Africa Climate Business Plan update

Accelerating Climate-Resilient and Low-Carbon Development: Second Progress Report on the Implementation of the Africa Climate Business Plan
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2016 Africa Climate Business Plan one-year update

Africa Region - Accelerating climate-resilient and low-carbon development: progress report on the implementation of the Africa climate business plan
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2015 The Africa Climate Business Plan

Accelerating Climate-Resilient and Low-Carbon Development

World Bank Climate Reports

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Transformative Climate Finance, 2020

A New Approach for Climate Finance to Achieve Low-Carbon Resilient Development in Developing Countries
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Kenya - Electricity Improvement Project, 2018

Terms of Reference for Environmental and Social Studies for Transmission Lines, Package 3
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Groundswell, 2018

Preparing for Internal Climate Migration
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Shock Waves, 2015

Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on Poverty - Background Papers
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Turn Down the Heat, 2013

Climate Extremes, Regional Impacts, and the Case for Resilience

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