Application Documents

The Ambition Initiative – Round Two General Information Document 

The General Information Document (GID) provides general information on the NAMA Facility, its objective and functioning, as well as specific information on the selection process of NAMA Support Projects for funding under the Ambition Initiative – Round Two. The purpose of the document is to assist national governments and implementing partners in preparing and submitting NAMA Support Project Outlines to the NAMA Facility. 

The Spanish and French versions are available here as reference for future Applicants.

The Ambition Initiative - Round Two Application Documents 

The application documents consist of a template for a NAMA Support Project Outline and eight mandatory annexes. You can download our Updated Annex 6 Mitigation Potential here and our Updated Mitigation Guideline here

Good to Know 

If you have not received a confirmation of receipt within two working days of your submission, please contact us at contact(at)nama-facility.org

You can submit your questions concerning Ambition Initiative – Round Two documents and procedures to the Technical Support Unit (TSU) of the NAMA Facility. Find our clarification policy and the clarification notes published for the 2nd Round of the Ambition Initiative here

Take a look at our NAMA Facility Podcast: Introduction to Annex 6 – GHG Mitigation Potential here. You can also listen to a NAMA Facility Podcast: Introduction to Annex 5a – Financial Mechanism here

Here are examples of our contract templates for Detailed Preparation Phase (DPP) for German-based organisations in German and all other organisations in EnglishPlease note that these contracts are examples used in line with our current rules and regulations. Your actual contract may differ depending on your actual project planning, or changes in rules and regulations applying to, or within, GIZ as NAMA Facility Grant Agent (NFGA).

Before submitting your application to the NAMA Facility, please consult  our document on Dos and Don’ts Before You Submit Your NSP Outline.

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