Application Documents

7th Call 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 NAMA Facility. The purpose of the document was to assist national governments and implementing partners in preparing to submit NAMA Support Project Outlines to the NAMA Facility.

The 7th Call General Information Document was published on 01 April 2020 and updated on 10 July 2020. It can still be downloaded here.

Courtesy translations are also available in Spanish and French.

7th Call Application Documents

The application documents consist of a template for NAMA Support Project Outlines and six mandatory annexes.

For reference, you can still download the complete template set here (updated version, July 2020).

7th Call NSP Proposal Template

This template is published for information of interested stakeholders. The NSP Proposal is prepared during the Detailed Preparation Phase and will be the basis for the Donors of the NAMA Facility to decide on committing funding for implementation of the individual NSP.

Good to Know

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You can submit your questions concerning 7th Call documents and procedures to the TSU of the NAMA Facility. Find our clarification policy and the clarification notes already published here.  

Please note that there have been some changes in the GID and NSP Outline template. More information is available here.

Please note that the additional optional annex 7 in the NSP Outline has been added in response to potential Covid-19 implications on NSP applications. It is an optional annex for Applicants to provide further country- and project-specific information about the Covid-19 pandemic. This is to help the NAMA Facility to better understand the context and implications. A more detailed assessment will be required as part of the Detailed Preparation Phase.

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