The "information for Africa Climate Technology Transfer (iACTT)" is an effort to provide African stakeholders with an easy access to up-to-date climate change resources that avail. The primary objective of the project is to collect all relevant information on climate change and related issues and make it available, disseminate it to the targeted audience. The project will thereby help build the institutional capacities of African climate change focal points by providing Internet-based information tools to African decision makers.
The other aspect of the project is the ultimate establishment of an African Cleaner Production network to share and exchange online data on production and pollution prevention and on technology transfer from the industry.
ENDA Energie is taking the lead in the project, and MFC has been chosen as the Malian partner, in association with the Malian National Directorate of Meteorology. The initiative is supported by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).