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Germany | Transport Policy Advisory Services

The project Transport Policy Advisory Services provides the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) with know-how on all policy issues with regard to transportation in the context of developing countries and international processes.

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Global | TRANSfer of climate friendly technologies and measures

The TRANSfer Project supports decision makers in developing countries to enable them to implement climate protection strategies in the transport sector as Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs). Currently five countries (Indonesia, South Africa, Peru, the Philippines and Colombia) are involved in the project.

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Costa Rica | Support for low-carbon development

The project is supporting Costa Rica's strategy of carbon neutrality by establishing and expanding institutional structures and expertise, drafting nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) and conducting pilot measures in selected action areas and sectors, among them urban transport.

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Brazil | Energy efficiency in urban transport

The upcoming project supports the Brazilian Ministry for Cities (Ministério das Cidades) in developing approaches for better energy efficiency in urban transport.

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China | Sustainable Transport Programme

Established in 2010, the Sustainable Transport team of GIZ in China cooperates with Chinese institutions on behalf of the German government to support their quest for the sustainable, low carbon development of the transport sector.

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India | Sustainable Supply Chains for Indian Cities

The upcoming project works especially with the City of Bangalore in the State of Karnataka in improving supply chains for perishable food products. The goal is to reduce post harvest losses caused by e.g. inefficient logistics, while strengthening the current system of small-scale markets in urban areas. The reduction of transport-related emissions along the supply chain is also envisaged.

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Indonesia | Sustainable Urban Transport Improvement Project

Indonesian cities face a variety of transportation problems such as deteriorating public transport, increasing congestion, air pollution and noise. SUTIP aims at supporting Indonesian cities in implementing an environment-, energy- and climate-friendly transport system.

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ASEAN | Cities, Environment and Transport in the ASEAN Region

The regional programme aims to support its partner organisations in the ASEAN states to reduce emissions from transport and other sectors while at the same time achieving co-benefits such as improved air quality and increased competitiveness.

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East Africa | Promoting Sustainable Transport Solutions

The project “Promoting Sustainable Transport Solutions for East African Cities” (GEF Sustran East Africa) is funded by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) and aims to reduce growth in private motorized vehicles, thus decreasing traffic congestion and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the three capital cities of Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya.

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Namibia | Move Windhoek: Sustainable Urban Transport

As part of the wider sector policy reform support, the project assists ist partners in the development and implementation of the Sustainable Urban Transport Master Plan for Windhoek including Rehoboth, Okahandja and Hosea Kutako International Airport.

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Ukraine | „Ivano-Frankvisk Mobil“

The aim of the city of Ivano-Frankvisk is to improve the conditions for pedestrians, cyclists and public transport while in the same time efficiently managing the growing private car traffic. PTV, Dreberis and GIZ are supporting the city in developing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan and a software-based transport model within the develoPPP.de programme on behalf of BMZ.

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