Information about the NAMA facility, jointly funded by the UK and German governments.
Information about the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMA) Facility
The NAMA Facility was announced by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) in December 2012 at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha. DECC has committed £25m (ca. €30 million) to the NAMA Facility with BMU committing another €40m.
The Facility is designed to support developing countries that show leadership on tackling climate change and want to implement transformational country-led NAMAs. By this means, models should be explored for how NAMAs can be delivered within the existing global mitigation architecture in the short term.
- This document was updated on 15 May 2013.
Template for applications to the bidding process - updated version
Please complete and submit this template for applications for funding to the NAMA Facility.
Project outlines will be accepted in MS Excel format only.
The deadline for the submission of NAMA Support Project Outlines ended on 2 September 2013. We are currently evaluating all project outlines received before the deadline. Please refrain from enquiring about the status of your application during this time.
Eligibility criteria for qualified delivery organisations
This document describes the criteria that will be used to assess whether organisations are qualified delivery organisations for the purposes of the NAMA Facility.
- This document was updated on 1 July 2013.
For queries about bidding for NAMA Facility funds or other more general questions, please contact the Technical Support Unit at contact@NAMA-Facility.org.