Nordic Development Fund

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The Nordic Development Fund is financed by Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden and was started in 1989. It works in development with other finance institutions to address climate change in low income and lower middle income countries. This organization attempts to both mitigate the impact of climate change and poverty alleviation. The Nordic Development Fund focuses on mitigating and adapting to climate change, along with poverty reduction, development effectiveness, inclusive development, and a proactive approach on gender responsiveness.

At a Glance

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Organization Type

  • Social Impact
  • Government
  • Financial Institution
  • Donor
  • Multilateral Entity


Nordic Development Fund
P.O. Box 185
FIN-00171 Helsinki

T : +358 10 618 002
E :

Organization Mission

NDF’s mission is to provide financing and knowledge for climate change and development activities primarily in low-income countries, in line with the Nordic countries’ priorities in the area.

A PDF detailing the organization's mission and strategy can be found here:

Area of Focus

NDF works in Asia, Africa, and Latin America