The Sustainable Settlements Facility (SSF) aims to meet the challenge of financing low-income, social and “gap” housing (fully and/or partially government-funded housing units) for a low-carbon and climate-resilient future for South Africa.
Generating fundamentally new climate science focused on Africa, and to ensure that this science has an impact on human development across the continent.
Connecting stakeholders to share experiences, information and expertise for the advancement of Low Emission Development Strategies in Africa.
Working with communities in South Africa to reduce vulnerability and increase resilience to climate variability and change.
Working in Southern Africa to improve country-owned climate finance portfolios, and their ability to access finance from multiple sources.
Demonstrating how water infrastructure in Southern Africa can be better planned, developed and financed and to deliver long-term impact with value for money.
Supporting public actors in the creation of favourable conditions for private and public sector financing of NOC implementation.
Supporting decision-makers in developing countries to design and deliver climate compatible development.
Sharing learning to improve the availability of user-relevant weather and climate information through co-production and capacity development.