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Bank Risk Rating: B
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Board Decision Date: 2016-10-01
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Borrower or Client: Conservation International Madagascar Program (CIM); Bureau National de Coordination des Changements
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- Agriculture and Forestry
Investment Type(s): Equity
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Investment Amount (USD): $ 53.50 million
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Project Cost (USD): $ 69.80 million
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Sustainable Landscapes in Eastern Madagascar
Sustainable landscape measures to enhance resilience of smallholders, reducing GHG emissions and channelling private finance into climate-smart investments in agriculture and renewable energy.
The project model is to initially address smallholder vulnerability through non-profit activities, that will prepare the smallholding farmers to eventually access private sector investment, providing a pathway out of extreme vulnerability and dependency. This approach is aimed at overcoming the barriers to private sector investment. Funds will be leveraged through the issuing of a pioneering Green / Climate Bond with all returns and profits being re-invested to capitalise a Climate Change Trust Fund for Madagascar. This will enable continued investment in landscape-level adaptation and mitigation activities.
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