Feasibility Study for the Establishment of the Regional Climate Change Adaptation Fund (FRACC) and the Environmental Services Payment Mechanism (PSE) of the Niger Basin
The Africa-EU Water Partnership Project (AEWPP) has been jointly initiated by EU, Sweden and the African Ministerial Council on Water (AMCOW). The AEWPP seeks to make more public and private capital accessible for water-related infrastructure projects in Africa and to encourage and support African governments to invest in water governance through capacity building related to infrastructure finance.
Project implementation is supported by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) via the SIWI African Regional Centre in Pretoria.
Through the AEWPP, SIWI is supporting the Niger Basin Authority in establishing the envisioned Regional Climate Change Adaptation Fund (FRACC) and the Environmental Services Payment Mechanism (PSE) mechanisms at the Niger Basin scale.
SIWI seeks to hire services of a consulting company to conduct the Feasibility study for the FRACC and PSE mechanisms.