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FFEM has published new information brochures on its themed action areas

In january 2023, the FFEM published its new strategy 2023-2026 and defined its new priority themes for the environment and development. FFEM has since published five brochures showcasing its various areas of intervention in each of these domains along with its current flagship projects.
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The FFEM presents its latest capitalisations: overviews of nature in a Latin American city, and the forests of Central Africa

Evènement Capitalisations FFEM
At a round table organised on 13 June in Paris, the FFEM revealed its latest capitalisations highlighting two key themes: nature in a Latin American city and the sustainable management of Central African forests. With around a hundred participants attending the event on site and remotely, the event showcased the results of work by the FFEM and its partners. This discussion platform was the perfect opportunity for existing knowledge to be refined, sustainable solutions to be put forward and concepts for new initiatives to be kindled.
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Projet Phytotrade _ Cueillette_ Namibie
Re-financed to the tune of €132 million for 2023-2026, the FFEM has a new strategy and is setting out its priority directions.
This new FFEM strategy is the result of close consultation with its member institutions, its own Scientific and Technical Committee and secretariat, while also reflecting discussions with stakeholders from civil society and research communities. It presents the FFEM, its strategic objectives and its new priority themes, and summarises how to submit a project to the FFEM.
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Loubassa’a tidal stream generator was commissioned a year ago, harnessing the energy of the Congo River for social and economic development

Mise en service de l’hydrolienne de Loubassa - Congo
The Essential Services Unit (ESU) for Loubassa village, located on M’bamou island in the Republic of the Congo, was brought on stream on 15 October 2021. The ESU's special technical feature is that its electrical power comes from a floating tidal stream generator, converting the Congo River’s energy into electricity. Supported by the Pot@maï association, the Congolese NGO Aide à l’enfance and L'Aquaphile, ESU offers an innovative off-grid electrification approach. The services offered through electrification were selected by the villagers, and a training programme supports the development of the new activities made possible by the arrival of electricity. This approach is supported by the FFEM as part of the Private Sector Innovation Facility (Facilité d’Innovation pour le Secteur Privé - FISP).
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Marc Daubrey: “The FFEM must retain its targeted approach and apply it to the African continent’s new challenges.”

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Marc Daubrey, the first member of the Scientific and Technical Committee (STC) to represent the African continent, joined this consultative body in January 2022. The STC guides the FFEM’s strategic directions, ensuring the relevance of our financed projects and contributing to their monitoring and evaluation. In this interview Marc Daubrey, who is also CEO of climate engineering consultancy Green Invest Africa and founder of the NGO Impactum, shares his vision for the FFEM and the role the Facility could play in relation to the major challenges facing the African continent.
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