GGGI was established as an international intergovernmental organization in 2012 at the Rio+20
United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Its vision is a low-carbon, resilient world
of strong, inclusive, and sustainable growth and its mission to support Members in the
transformation of their economies into a green growth economic model.
Cumulative Green Investments
Mobilized in 2015-2021
The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) Uganda, in partnership with the National Building Review Board (NBRD), train the private sector on building laws, physical development plans and green buildings in the greater Kampala metropolitan area (GKMA).
The private sector in Uganda plays a key role in achieving sustainable socio-economic development in the country. It accounts
Gender consideration in the long-term (2050) low-carbon development strategies.
Burkina Faso government supported by the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and the French Development Agency (AFD), is
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