The Private Sector Set Asides (PSSAs) allocate concessional financing on a competitive basis to projects that engage the private sector in sustainable forestry (FIP), climate resilience (PPCR), and energy access through renewable energy in low income countries (SREP). They are designed to spur innovation and flexible delivery of financing.
The set-asides serve a complementary role to country investment plans, which generally favor public funds in these sectors, with their aim to provide the risk-appropriate capital needed to drive private sector investments in some of the world’s most challenging markets.
PSSA allocations of $106 million are supporting 13 projects, including climate-smart hydropower in Tajikistan and water-efficient housing in Jamaica.
|Nepal||MDBABC Business Models for Off-Grid Energy Access Nepal||IBRD|
|Burkina Faso||MDBClimate change mitigation and poverty reduction through the development of the cashew sector in Burkina Faso (Wouol project)||AFDB|
|Tajikistan||MDBEnhancing the Climate Resilience of the Energy Sector||EBRD|
|Bolivia||MDBFinancial Products to Promote Climate Change Resilience in Bolivia||IADB|
|Bolivia||MDBFinancial Risk Management for Climate Resilience in the Agriculture Sector||IADB|
|Jamaica||MDBFinancing water adaptation in Jamaica’s new urban housing sector||IADB|
|Brazil||MDBMacauba Palm Oil in Silvicultural System||IADB|
|Ghana||MDBPublic-Private Partnership for restoration of degraded forest reserve through VCS and FSC certified plantations||AFDB|
|Mali||MDBSegou Solar Park||AFDB|
|Honduras||MDBSelf Supply Renewable Energy Guarantee Program||IADB|
|Tajikistan||MDBSmall Business Climate Resilience Financing Facility||EBRD|
|Honduras||MDBStrengthening of the ADERC H-REFF in Honduras||IADB|
|St. Lucia||MDBSupporting climate resilient investments in the agricultural sector in Saint Lucia||IADB|