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  • Design and financing for crop drying and storage technologies to strengthen food security in the face of climate change

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    Technical Assistance
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    Completed
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  • 2016 CTCN Progress Report launched: Global Climate Commitments in Action

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    News
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    COPENHAGEN, DENMARK November 4, 2016 – Press release

    2016 CTCN Progress Report launched. Developing country trends in climate technology transfer needs presented.

    In year 3 of its operations, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s (UNFCCC) Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) reports that demand for technology transfer in support of achieving countries' national commitments is growing rapidly. 

  • Groupe d'Appui à la Modernisation de l'Agriculture

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    Organisation
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    Mali
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    The Action Group for Modernisation of Agriculture (GAMA), in Southern Mali aims to improve farming stability in the face of increasing vulnerability of crop production due to climate change. A key piece of their strategy is to use renewable energy source for drying, processing and storage technologies for mangoes, potatoes and gombo. Used at sufficient scale, these technologies increase shelf life and availability of the product to the market, thereby increasing resilience to change and food security.

  • Working towards a Smart Energy Path – Experience from Benin, Mali and Togo

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    This publication outlines learning from the ‘Energy, Ecodevelopment and Resilience in Africa (EERA)’ in West Africa.

    Benin, Mali and Togo all participated in EERA which offers lessons to other countries on approaches that can be taken toward a ‘Smart Energy Path’. This strategy aims to meet peoples’ energy needs in an environmentally sustainable, resilient way, and is guided by a participatory decision-making process.

  • Fostering Agricultural Productivity Project

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    The objective of the Fostering Agricultural Productivity Project for Mali is to increase the productivity of smallholder agricultural and agribusiness producers in the targeted production systems and project areas. There are three components to the project, the first component being technology transfer and service provision to agricultural producers. The component's objective is to foster the modernization of smallholder farming systems and supply chains through dissemination of improved technologies and practices, and through the professionalization of agricultural support services.

  • NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN A CHANGING CLIMATE IN MALI

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    The objective of the Natural Resources Management in a Changing Climate Project is to expand the adoption of sustainable land and water management practices in the target area in Mali. There are four components to the project, the first component being Knowledge management, Governance and Communication. The second component is the Scaling-up Sustainable land management practices.

  • NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN A CHANGING CLIMATE IN MALI

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    Publication
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    The objective of the Natural Resources Management in a Changing Climate Project is to expand the adoption of sustainable land and water management practices in the target area in Mali. There are four components to the project, the first component being Knowledge management, Governance and Communication. The second component is the Scaling-up Sustainable land management practices.

  • Gender and technology: CTCN/UNIDO seeks proposals to mainstream gender in 13 West African countries

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    News
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    The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is seeking a member of the CTCN Network to provide technical services in order to mainstream gender for a climate resilient energy system in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The request for this technical assistance was submitted by 13 countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo.