Department of Climate Change

Gateway to National Action on Climate Change

Our Partners

United Nations Development Programme ( UNDP ), Nigeria


UNDP has been in Nigeria since the country became independent in 1960. In the last programme cycle (2003-2008), UNDP provided capacity building and policy development support to the Federal Government and 21 states drawn from the six geo-political zones in four programme areas: Governance & Human Rights; Poverty Reduction; HIV & AIDS; and Energy & Environment. In November 2008, the Federal Government of Nigeria and UNDP agreed and signed a new 7th Country Programme that runs from 2009 – 2012 under the UN Development Assistance Framework, UNDAF II. The 7th CP offers a menu of programme options and components from which the Federal and participating States Government partners could chose. They are: 1) The Economic Governance Programme 2) Capacity for Governance Programme 3) Private Sector Development Programme and, 4) Sustainability and Risk Management Programme. The 7th CP will be implemented through effective partnership with relevant Federal Government Institutions and selected States.




The DFID financed NIAF was designed to provide access to rapid and flexible consulting expertise to help Nigeria improve its infrastructure through policy and strategy formulation, planning, project implementation and private sector investment. In it's current phase, NIAF is designed to implement projects in power, transport, major infrastructure, climate change and cities (urban planning and development


Canadian International Development Agency- CIDA


CIDA was established in 1968 to administer the bulk of Canada's official development assistance (ODA) program. The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) supports sustainable development activities in order to reduce poverty and to contribute to a more secure, equitable and prosperous world. The measure of its success lies in its contribution to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Canada's broader international policy objectives. CIDA's aim is to manage Canada's support and resources effectively and accountably to achieve meaningful, sustainable results and engage in policy development in Canada and internationally, enabling Canada's effort to realize its development objectives. CIDA works in concert with its development partners, fragile states and countries in crisis, countries of focus, and the Canadian population and institutions.


Japan International Cooperation Agency – JICA


The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is advancing its activities around the pillars of a field-oriented approach, human security, and enhanced effectiveness, efficiency, and speed. A variety of organizations and groups, including governments as well as international organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and private companies, carry out financial assistance to developing countries for socioeconomic development. ODA, is defined by the Official Development Assistance. ODA is broadly divided into bilateral aid, where assistance is given directly to developing countries, and multilateral aid, which is provided through international organizations. JICA provides bilateral aid in the form of Technical Cooperation, Japanese ODA Loans & Grant Aid.| JICA | OD