Hundreds of trees have been felled along Nairobi’s Uhuru and Waiyaki highways to make space for a new expressway. CELINE CLERY/AFP via Getty Images Eric Fèvre, University of Liverpool and James Hassell, Yale University There’s been widespread concern in Kenya over the shrinking of green spaces in Nairobi, the capital city. Most recently, there was […]
Nairobi, Kenya//-One hundred youth from 23 countries in Africa have been recognised today as the top youth leaders in conservation in the continent.
Abidjan, Ivory Coast// — The African Development Bank and the Climate Investment Funds [CIF (https://bit.ly/3vSPNtq)] have joined forces (https://bit.ly/2OQ4QU9) to produce a study of the role of green banks and national climate change funds in mobilizing finance to support low-carbon, climate-resilient development in Africa.
Abidjan, Ivory Coast// – The Government of Canada and the African Development Bank have signed an agreement formalizing the Canada–African Development Bank Climate Fund (CACF), a transformative special fund aimed at providing concessional loans to climate change-related projects with a strong gender-responsive component.
Cairo, Egypt//– The African Development Bank Group (www.AfDB.org) has signed financing agreements of €109 million with the Government of Egypt to improve sanitation infrastructure and services for rural communities in Luxor Governorate in Egypt’s Upper Nile region.
Undeterred by fatal human wildlife conflicts and Covid-19, the brave Wildlife Works Rangers stand strong alongside their dedicated Wildlife Works Kenya team colleagues to protect the Kasigau Corridor forest and wildlife and to continue to serve the local community.