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Tuvalu

Project Pipeline

The CFAN advisor to Tuvalu is deployed with a targeted mandate to access international and domestic sources of public and private finance, and to structure finance for investment in Tuvalu’s priority mitigation and adaptation projects.

$0.25M
In the Pipeline

In the Pipeline

Not all projects under development are listed below due to confidentiality constraints. As soon as projects are confirmed to be publicly viewable, we will add their details to the pipeline.

Conservation initiatives to promote sustainable livelihoods in Tuvalu
$0.15M
$0.15M
Theme Blue Economy
Funding Source USA PAF
Main Proponent TNCW

Full Funding Proposal
  • Development
  • Submitted for Review
  • Approved
Pre-Feasibility Study on Renewable Energy Transition in Tuvalu
$0.1M
$0.1M
Theme Sustainable Energy
Funding Source Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
Main Proponent TNCW

Concept Note
  • Development
  • Submitted for Review
  • Approved
Full Funding Proposal
  • Development
  • Submitted for Review
  • Approved

Advisor Responsibilities (Specific Delivery for Tuvalu)

Develop  project concepts  for  two GCF proposals targeting ‘food security’ and ‘settlement infrastructure’ .

Support and provide relevant inputs and  technical  expertise in assisting the Climate Change Department to better integrate climate change into sectoral development mechanisms such as ‘Triple Dividend of Resilience’.

Tuvalu's Advisor

Suifua Afereti Suifua

Suifua Afereti Suifua

An environment engineer certified by the Samoa Institution of Professional Engineers (IPES), Suifua is also an Australian-accredited Town Planner supported by accumulated years of environment technical experience, especially in the fields of Climate Change Adaption, Coastal management adaptation and mitigation, Water Resources and Hydro-geology, Environment Engineer, Policy Making, and Review.

He is also public servant of 22 years for the Government of Samoa and directly involved with internationally donor-funded projects in the Environment and Climate Change Sector, Community, Agriculture, Natural Disaster Response, and most recently in the Economic Sector as the CEO of the Samoa Tourism Authority.

Suifua has held extensive direction and leadership roles at the Community, National, Regional and International levels in NGOs, including serving as Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the SPTO-South Pacific Tourism Organization based in Suva, Fiji. His responsibilities included leading 21 Pacific and global countries as well as 200 plus private sector members during the COVID-19 lockdown period and prepared the region for post-COVID. Additionally, as the Chairman of the regional committee for the Pacific Sustainable/Environment Tourism in the Pacific. Globally, Suifua was nominated to lead, review and manage the Accreditation Committee of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

Additionally, Suifua holds four Orator and High chief titles from various influential villages in Samoa's strong cultural hierarchy.

“Climate change is a major threat in the region, and its impacts are faster than expected. Assistance through aid is not reaching the most affected and vulnerable communities. We need to assist the most vulnerable urgently.”
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