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          2009 Grant Competition
What is the Development Marketplace?

              The Development Marketplace is a competitive grant
              program that identifies and funds innovative, early stage
              development projects with high potential for development
              impact and replication. Administered by the World Bank and
              funded by various partners, DM has awarded more that $54
              million to innovative projects identified through country,
              regional and global DM competitions.
                                                        Buzz at the marketplace floor, DM2008

DM2009 Climate Adaptation
Key Client: Social Entrepreneurs

              Pioneers aiming to create transformational change
              for disadvantaged communities and ultimately for
              society at large.

                                   DM2006 Project: Mexican students drinking
                                   clean water from a UV-filter bucket.

DM2009 Climate Adaptation
 Global Competitions DM2003-2008:

                                                                  30 Projects

                                                 31 Projects                     22 Projects     22 Projects
                   Award Pool (USD, Million)

                                                  $3.9M             $4.9M          $4M             $4.1M

                                                 DM2005        DM2006 Water, DM2007 Health,     DM2008
                                               Sustainable     Sanitation and Nutrition and    Sustainable
DM2008 throphies
                                               Livelihoods        Energy       Population      Agriculture

                                                DM2009: Climate Adaptation

    DM2009 Climate Adaptation
13 Month Cycle of Global Competition

DM2009 Climate Adaptation
Why Climate Adaptation?

!   Developing countries need additional financing to adapt to climate change
!   Addressing climate change is critical to development and poverty reduction

!   The poorest countries and communities stand to suffer the earliest and the most
    from the effects of climate change.

!   An effective response to climate change must combine both mitigation of global
    GHG emissions—to avoid the unmanageable—and adaptation at the regional,
    national, and local levels—to manage the unavoidable

!   There is a huge funding gap for adaptation (and mitigation)

!   The development community needs to build knowledge about adaptation to
    climate change

    DM2009 Climate Adaptation
Urgent Challenge for Developing
Countries - 6 Climate Threats
Drought           Flood       Storm         Coastal 1m             Coastal 5m               Agriculture
                                           All low-lying Island   All low-lying Island
  Malawi        Bangladesh   Philippines                                                        Sudan
                                                  States                 States

 Ethiopia          China     Bangladesh         Vietnam              Netherlands               Senegal

Zimbabwe           India     Madagascar          Egypt                  Japan                 Zimbabwe

   India         Cambodia     Vietnam            Tunisia             Bangladesh                  Mali

Mozambique      Mozambique    Moldova          Indonesia              Philippines              Zambia

  Niger            Laos       Mongolia         Mauritania               Egypt                  Morocco

Mauritania       Pakistan       Haiti            China                  Brazil                  Niger

  Eritrea        Sri Lanka     Samoa             Mexico               Venezuela                 India

  Sudan          Thailand      Tonga            Myanmar                Senegal                 Malawi

  Chad            Vietnam      China          Bangladesh                  Fiji                 Algeria

  Kenya            Benin     Honduras           Senegal                Vietnam                 Ethiopia

   Iran           Rwanda         Fiji             Libya                Denmark                 Pakistan

                                                                                         Source: World Bank

             Low Income

             Middle Income
DM2009 on Climate Adaptation
      Resilience of Indigenous Peoples’ Communities to Climate Risks
           Promote Indigenous Peoples communities’ and organizations’ development of innovative ways
            to conserve agriculture, land, water and soil management practices; apply innovative adaptation
            plans and communication strategies based on Indigenous systems to accelerate learning and
            knowledge sharing on climate change adaptation.

       Climate Risk Management with Multiple Benefits
            Empower poor communities to test innovative, low-cost strategies to spread climate risk and
             forge innovative partnerships that increase vulnerable communities’ access to climate risk
             management knowledge, information, and services that produces multiple social and
             environmental benefits; use innovative means to help educate communities on climate risks
             that leads to empowerment for action.

       Climate Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management
            Develop innovative arrangements that diffuse climate-related disaster risks faced by the poor
             and vulnerable; create innovative low-cost approaches for spatial planning for climate resilience
             and for construction of housing and local infrastructure resistant to climate-related disasters;
             improve the capacity of local communities to access and use multi-hazard risk information to
             enhance their early warning systems and other community-based responses to climatic
             extremes and climate change.

DM2009 Climate Adaptation
Who can apply?
                            1   Special eligibility criteria apply to sub-theme one.

                            2   For sub-theme two and three, non-governmental
                                organizations, civil society organizations, foundations and
                            3   development agencies based in the country of
                                implementation may apply without additional partners. All
                                other groups must partner with at least one organization;
                                the type of partnership varies across types of applicants.
                                Individuals cannot apply.
Organization Type: DM08

  18%                                                                      For more details on partnerships
                                                                            and eligibility criteria check the
                                                                             guidelines on the DM website.

   DM2009 Climate Adaptation
How to apply?

      How do I apply?
      Proposals must be submitted through the DM online application form
      available on the DM website. If you do not have access to internet, you
      can contact the nearest World Bank Public Information Center. Only
      proposals received before the submission deadline indicated online will
      be considered.

Consistent with past World Bank small grant
programs for Indigenous Peoples, proposals for
sub-theme one may be submitted in English,
Spanish or French. For sub-themes two and
three, proposals must be submitted in English.

DM2009 Climate Adaptation
How will projects be selected?
                                     1   Innovation: Does the idea differ from existing

                                     2   Realism: Is the implementation time frame and
                                         budget realistic? Does the organization have
                                         the capacity to implement the project?
                                     3   Results: Will the idea have clear and
                                         measurable results that will have a direct
                                         development impact on-the-ground?
DM08 Assessors selecting finalists
                                     4   Sustainability: Does the idea have a financing
                                         strategy beyond the life of the DM project?

                                     5   Growth Potential: Is there potential for
                                         expansion? Can the project be implemented

   DM2009 Climate Adaptation
Past DM winners: DM2005 Project
Credit for Safe Collection of Used Oil, Kenya US $150,000

                                       Development             Progress to
  Project idea
                                       Potential               date

  • To clean the                  • Safely disposes of     • 247,000 liters of used oil which
    Mukuru-Ngong                    used oil while           would have otherwise been dumped
    River in Nairobi,               providing previously     into the river was collected and
    offering a credit               unattainable access      recycled into the economy. Project
    system to                       to credit for            aims to recycle 1,200,000 liters of
    encourage                       business expansion.      used oil each year by 2012.
    mechanics to                  • Used lubricating oil   • Over $31,000 lent to at least 56
    collect used engine             a significant            mechanics groups or garages, in
    oil instead of                  contaminant to the       loans ranging from $120 to $500.
    dumping it into the             Mukuru-Ngong
    river.                          river, resulting in
                                    negative health and

 DM2009 Climate Adaptation
Past DM winners: DM2005 project
Community Carbon Collectors: Briquetting in Kenya                                    US$132,773

                                       Development              Progress to
 Project idea
                                       Potential                date

 • Reduce waste and               • Provides a reliable    • 11 tons of dust collected daily, 6 tons
   energy costs by                  income stream            from Kibera -the biggest slum in
   buying discarded               • Offers a fuel            Kenya- and 5 tons from other sites in
   charcoal dust                    alternative that is      Nairobi
   collected by                     40 percent cheaper     • 9 tons per day of charcoal briquettes
   Nairobi’s slum                   than charcoal            produced and sold profitably to
   dwellers and                   • Reduces pollution        restaurants, poultry farmers, and
   transform it into                from charcoal            supermarkets, among others
   low-cost, clean-                 waste in the air and
   burning briquettes               water

 DM2009 Climate Adaptation
Past DM winners: DM 2006 project - India
Clean & Reliable LED Lighting for Tribal Homes, US$177,250

                                      Development              Progress to
  Project idea
                                      Potential                date

  • To provide clean              • Replaces kerosene     • 2,500 LED lights sold in India
    and reliable lighting           lamps, which          • 100 village entrepreneurs trained in
    to 10,000 tribal                provide limited         selling and maintaining lamps
    households using                light, cause indoor
                                                          • Now collaborating with similar
    LED light units and             pollution and incur
                                                            initiatives in Afghanistan, Cambodia
    a community-based               a heavier economic
                                                            and Kenya.
    maintenance plan.               burden
                                                          • Leveraged a total of $ 1.4 Million
  • $15 lamp paid for
                                                            from a private investment company.
    over 50 cent bi-

 DM2009 Climate Adaptation
UV Bucket to Disinfect Water, Mexico
DM2006, $170,310

                                                              Progress to
 Project Idea                         DM Role

 • Produce and                    • Seed capital to       Results
   distribute a cheap               launch the project,   • Expansion: Guatemala and
   UV water                         produce the first       Nicaragua
   purification system              3500 buckets and      • Market Growth: selling HotPots
   to poor residents of             prove concept           to 5 million Mexicans by 2013
   Baja California.                 and viability.          under the “100% Clean Water for
                                  • Connections with        Mexico” program
                                    Government of         New Partnerships
                                    Mexico for            • Government of Mexico

 DM2009 Climate Adaptation
More Information

                         > Submission deadline:   MAY 18, 2009
                         > Guidelines in English, Spanish and French
                         > More information: FAQ

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