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Project Title: Ethiopian Agricultural Methane Capture Improvement

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Grant ID Number:XA - 83503101-0
EPA Region:EPA HQAAShip:OAR - Office of Air and Radiation
Division/Office:OAP/CCDLab/Office:
CFDA:66.034Media:Air
Grant Program:
Authority:
Recipient Name: Community Development Research
City:Recipient Type:Not for Profit
State:GACong District:04
DUNS:829841886
Competition Status:
Award Date:05/19/2011Cum Award:$74,624
Project Start:05/01/2011Project End:11/30/2011
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Ethiopian Agricultural Methane Capture Improvement
The goal of the Ethiopian Agricultural Methane Capture Improvement Project is to reduce Ethiopian methane emissions from agricultural sources through knowledge generation and capacity building. This will provide a strong foundation for government agencies, nongovernmental organizations and the private sector to collaborate on programs or projects in the subsectors with the greatest potential for near-term, cost-effective reductions of methane.



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Project Officer Allison Costa 202-343-9468
Grant Specialist ThuyT Nguyen 202-564-5312

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