Project: Agribusiness Development Academy Programme in Limpopo Duration: 2007-2014 Budget: 7.500.000 This programme aims to provide support to new landowners and small to medium-sized entrepreneurs in the agricultural sector, in the context of the land reforms. For many years now, the land reform programme has been one of the most important large-scale initiatives of the South African Government. As a result of the land reform; small and medium-sized agricultural holdings have come into the hands of a group of new landowners.
Duration: 2017-2018 Budget: 2.000.000 euro According to a study by Climate Policy Initiative in 2013-2014, only 3% of the global climate financing goes to Sub-Sahara Africa. This contrasts with the fact that Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the lowest contribution to climate change and at the same time has the highest vulnerability to climate change impact. It is known that these countries find it more difficult to raise climate finance.