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Animals and a big tree in the Serengeti national park

The Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management (BIOPAMA) Programme assists the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries to address their priorities for better managing and governing biodiversity and natural resources. It provides a variety of tools, services and funding.

Elands running

The project supports biodiversity conservation in six priority regions: Congo Basin forest ecosystems, Transhumance landscapes in Central Africa, West Africa Forests, Sudano-sahelian savannahs of West Africa, Eastern Rift savannahs and watersheds, Transfrontier conservation areas of Southern Africa.


The SWITCH Africa Green programme aims to assist African countries with sustainable development, by encouraging a shift towards an inclusive green economy. 

SWITCH Asia programme

SWITCH Asia promotes sustainable consumption and production.

The programme's objectives are to provide members and regions of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) innovative and collaborative solutions to manage climate-related risk considerations in their sustainable development policy, planning and practice decisions.
The programme's objective is to reduce the impact of climate change and its effects in Latin America and the Caribbean by fostering climate mitigation, adaptation, resilience and investment.
AgriFI is a €120m impact investment facility funded by the European Union. It is designed to provide financing to businesses active in the agri-food value chain, with a focus on smallholder farmers.
2FAS aims to support countries with their food fortification programmes, share knowledge on reducing micronutrient deficiencies and increase political commitment to food fortification at global and national levels.
The facility aims to provide improved knowledge and evidence for policy and programme design, management, and monitoring and evaluation in order to reach better nutrition outcomes.
This programme aims to tackle some of the underlying challenges in building sustainable fisheries and aquaculture in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific.

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