According to bank provided information, the IFC-UK Market Accelerator for Green Construction Program for Africa will contribute to GHG emission reductions targeted by the governments of South Africa, Ghana, Kenya and Cote D’Ivoire through the promotion of certified green buildings. Activities will include public policy dialogue, private sector capacity building with developers, designers and financial intermediaries, and support for academic and professional training programs. IFC’s EDGE green building certification system and free design application is central to the Program as a design tool, an educational aid, and an affordable certification method which can recognize different levels of ambition, right up to Zero Carbon emissions.
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