P4G Funds Partnerships to Drive Green Growth and Climate Action



P4G Contact: Frank Walter, Frank.Walter@p4gpartnerships.org

SEPTEMBER 17 – WASHINGTON DCP4G, the Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030 Initiative, will provide US$ 4.5 million to fund and accelerate seven public-private partnerships with innovative solutions to drive green growth and climate action in developing countries, including Bangladesh, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, India, Indonesia, and Zambia.

Selected following a global competition, these 2019 P4G Scale-Up Partnerships seek to achieve the following:

  • Mobilize impact investing crowdfunding to grow agri-food businesses for small-to-medium enterprises in developing countries;
  • Transform Africa’s renewable energy market starting in the Southern Africa region;
  • Increase energy efficiency in India’s industrial sector;  
  • Grow demand and supply for clean energy in Colombia, Indonesia and Vietnam;
  • Develop sustainable, low-carbon economic zones and industrial parks in Ethiopia, Kenya and Nigeria;
  • Create a regional sustainable sourcing certification program for India’s farming communities; and
  • Establish a new market-based model for recovering and recycling plastic waste.

“These P4G Partnerships can develop into regional and global models for sustainable development and growth,” said P4G Global Director Ian de Cruz. “We salute the organizations from the private, public and civil society sectors as pioneers that are working collaboratively to advance solutions that drive both green growth and climate action. Through the support of the global P4G network, we look forward to accelerating these partnerships in their implementation and path to market commercialization.”

In conjunction with the announcement of these 2019 P4G Scale-Up Partnerships, P4G also announced the launch of its 2020 call for partnerships. More information can be found at P4Gpartnerships.org.


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