MoMo4C projects in Cameroon near investment-readiness

30 June 2022
After nearly two years of restrictions, WWF Netherlands' MoMo4C team was finally able to visit Cameroon and see the five projects that we are helping to become investment-ready. Shephard Andrew Zonde, MoMo4C programme manager, shares his thoughts on the trip.
Header photo: Cocoa plants and farms, Cameroon - MoMo4C © WWF

First episode of Mobilising more for climate podcast

20 June 2022

Today, we launch the first episode of our brand new Mobilising more for climate podcast, as part of our Green Finance Academy. Our goal is to bring powerful voices and stories from the frontline of nature conservation into the world of finance.

Training of trainers on Business Case Development

10 June 2022

To promote climate resilient business cases, Tropenbos Ghana organised a business development workshop.

[video] Finalists Business Call in Ghana visit renewable energy company

10 May 2022

In August 2021, A Rocha Ghana and partners opened a call for Climate-smart Green Business initiatives that build climate change resilience and achieve landscape restoration by reducing firewood and Charcoal production related deforestation and improve access to renewable biomass energy.

Training and consultations sessions have since been held for finalists of the MoMo4C Business Call. The participants were also privileged to go on an exchanged visit to Zaacoal Limited―a renewable energy company which produces clean, long burning and high heat charcoal from coconut waste.

A Rocha Ghana produced a video about their visit to Zaacoal Limited.

MoMo4C Business Call Gets Winner for Mole Landscape

09 May 2022

After a seven-month intensive scrutiny of proposals and applications, we are happy to announce that Tai Pana Limited, a sole proprietorship enterprise has won first place in the maiden edition of the Mobilising More for Climate (MoMo4C) Business Call targeted at the Mole Ecological Landscape in the Savannah Region of Ghana.

Promoting climate resilient businesses in Indonesia

23 March 2022

On 22 February 2022, a major step forward was taken in Ketapang, West Kalimantan, that allowed local climate-friendly and community-based enterprises to show their products to policy makers and potential investors and customers. And importantly, these producers of handicrafts, organic fertilizers, fruits, vegetables and mushrooms - winners of a new business competition - also shared what they need to expand.

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