Flanders govt grants €1m to Africa climate change fund

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The government of Flanders, the northern federated state of Belgium, has granted €1-million to the Africa Climate Change Fund to support five projects in Malawi, Mozambique and South Africa, according to the African Development Bank (AfDB). In a statement, the AfDB said the new contribution brings the total contribution to the fund to €11.4-million, after an initial grant of two millions euros in November 2016 by the Flanders government.

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