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SouthSouthNorth (SSN) is a non-profit organisation sharing two decades of experience in the fields of climate change and social development. We directly pursue structural poverty reduction in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America by building Southern capacity and delivering community based mitigation and adaptation projects.

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PROJECT: Mobilising Investment for NDC implementation in Ethiopia

The Mobilising Investment project in Ethiopia is working to identify the current regulatory and financial barriers to the growth of the mini-grid sector and opportunities for productive use.
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PROJECT: Mobilising Investment for NDC implementation in Kenya

The Mobilising Investment project in Kenya is working with Dalberg Global Development Advisors to analyse the social, environmental, and economic impacts of moving away from dirty cooking fuels to clean cooking fuels in Kenya.
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PROJECT: Future Climate for Africa

Future Climate for Africa is a 5-year project that aims to generate fundamentally new climate science focused on Africa, and ensure this science has an impact on human development across the continent, through making infrastructure, urban and rural plans and investments more climate resilient.
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PROJECT: Mobilising Investment for NDC Implementation

The Mobilising Investment (MI) project for NDC implementation is a 3-year project focused on interventions within seven target countries: Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Kenya, Peru, Philippines and Vietnam, supported by the German government’s International Climate Initiative (IKI).
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EVENT: The key to sustainable growth – mainstreaming climate resilient infrastructure

The majority of Africa’s US$90 billion per year infrastructure deficit is in the energy, transport and water sectors. Investing in such long-lived infrastructure calls for considering climate change. This event at Africa Water Week will explore why – and how – African development can become more climate resilient.
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