Browsing: sustainability in africa

Climate Adaptation
  • In Benin, the Fund will support the design of climate adaptation measures and best practices in port operations.
  • The financing will see Morocco produce and sell 105 million cubic meters of potable water to around 1.5 million people in Safi and El Jadida.
  • These measures will mitigate the imminent climate change risks associated with temperature and sea level rises and droughts.

The Canada–African Development Bank Climate Fund (CACF), established to support gender-affirmative climate change projects in Africa, has approved $36.3 million for two private sector operations to advance climate adaptation initiatives across Africa.

This amount, provided in the form of concessional loans to private sector companies, includes $18.3 million approved for the rehabilitation and expansion of the Port Autonome de Cotonou in Benin and another $18 million to support the construction of three seawater desalination plants under the Green Investment Program of the OCP Group.

Climate adaptation in Benin

Synergetic Trees is embarking on a drive to invest in people, jobs, and the economy. The benefits of trees will increase exponentially if properly invested in. We can call upon nature’s power to build the resilience of the Earth and its inhabitants.  In the not-so-distant past, we have created thousands of entrepreneurs through vehicle such as The Institute 4 Success, Working on Fire, The First National Bank Incubator, to name a few.  With Synergetic Trees serving as our global platform, we plan to create millions of jobs, according to Dr. Bahadur CEO of Synergetic Trees. 

eco friendly city

“Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”

― Warren Buffett, American investor and philanthropist


Making a difference starts from within, starting with one job created at a time. As national governments worldwide grapple with the devastating consequences of COVID-19, policies are being implemented that …