Indonesia, AFD to Sign Climate Change Deal

Indonesia’s Finance Ministry is set to sign a USD300 million climate change agreement with the French Development Agency, or AFD. The deal will support the third installment of the Climate Change Program Loan, which is also backed by the Japan International Cooperation Agency and the World Bank.

CCPL aims to support policy reforms planned by the Indonesian government to improve the country’s capacity to deal with climate change issue, according to the Jakarta Post.

As reported by Devex, AFD has already committed USD100 million for environment-friendly energy initiatives in Indonesia.

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