Dual-Key - Technical Assistance Facility
UNCDF Technical Assistance Facility:
ensures that the investments it brings into the project development life cycle are feasible, bankable, and have long-term inclusive and climate resilience impact, consistent with achieving Paris Agreement goals towards low-carbon and climate-resilient and inclusive development pathways.
The TA Facility has a specific filter and impact monitoring tool designed for ELIPSIS that provides safeguards in this area, which will be applied through its award-winning Dual-Key investing with impact methodology and approach to pipeline sourcing, structuring and development. TA Facility supports LDCs in improving their public sector and private sector development with the following aims:
UNCDF will draw on its award-winning Dual Key investing with impact methodology and approach to pipeline sourcing, structuring and development. This SDG responsive approach supports LDCs in improving their public-sector and private-sector development with the following aims:
The Dual Key pipeline development process includes standardised filters, procedures, technical advisory services and structuring methodologies. It ensures that each adopted investment is financially sustainable and SDG responsive. Impact must be measurable and trackable: it is assessed and measured in accordance with leading development impact standards developed by UNCDF and other UN entities.
The merit of UNCDF’s Dual Key approach to pipeline management is that impact and additionality can be tailored to, as well as measured in accordance with, specific national development objectives.
With regards to Climate/Green additionality, this means that proposed investments will be directly linked to the and will contribute to achieving NDCs and the NAPs goals of the country, or countries, concerned.