The French Global Environment Facility (FFEM) was created in 1994 by the French government following the first Earth Summit, to implement sustainable development projects that integrate the preservation of global public goods, international solidarity and innovation in developing and emerging countries.
The FFEM promotes innovative solutions in the areas of biodiversity, climate, international waters, land degradation, including deforestation, chemical pollutants and stratospheric ozone.
All projects financed by the FFEM are counted as official development aid.
In 23 years, it is 300 projects already financed, in more than 120 countries of which 69% are located in Africa and the Mediterranean.
Staff at French Global Environment Facility (FFEM) have experience in