PandanGreen is an emerging initiative launched by experienced climate, financial markets and inclusion professionals aimed at supporting vulnerable communities in developing countries worst hit by climate change while placing high consideration to gender and social equity. It has been competitively selected by the International Climate Finance Accelerator Luxembourg 2020 Cohort.
As climate change takes hold across the developing world, resulting in increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events with adverse repercussions for agriculture, food and energy security and water availability, vulnerable communities including women are among the most-exposed groups, and increasingly seek to adapt to these changes and increase their resilience to safeguard their livelihoods.
PandanGreen works to reach the most vulnerable communities in selected developing, least-developed countries (LDCs) and small island developing states (SIDS) in the Asia-Pacific region. It facilitates financial support to smallholder farmers, agricultural cooperatives, communities, household or micro enterprises, being often women led, to stimulate the adoption of climate-smart technologies, services and business models reflected in countries’ National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and national priorities.
Supporting its core team, Pandan is advised by a highly qualified, diversified advisory board which includes experts on Gender, Social equity, Financial markets and Financial Inclusion.
Asia - South East
Oceania and Pacific
Conservation and Restoration
Water and Sanitation