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The FIE covers 5 major areas of intervention that are defined in its specific statutes. It is :
  1. Environment and living environment, which corresponds to the areas of sanitation, living environment, nuisances and pollution.
  2. Sustainable Management of Forest and Wildlife Resources: Through this area, Burkina will set up the Forest Fund provided for in the 2011 Forest Code (outside the Green Economy and Climate Change integrated in Area 4), including the adaptation to climate change for actions in the forest sector.
  3. Risks and disasters, including the response to natural and industrial risks and disasters for their environmental aspects.
  4. Management of natural resources soil and water, where the FIE aims to make better take into account the environmental dimension in techniques and methods of agricultural production, fisheries or pastoral, or to promote more generally sustainable management of soil resources and water (sustainable land management in particular). This area is particularly involved in adapting to the effects of climate change.
  5. Promotion of sustainable practices in the productive sectors and energy, where the FIE will stimulate the development of investments and techniques taking better account of the environmental dimension, with a view to saving energy or reducing impacts. productive sectors (industry, mining, transport, housing, etc.).

The FIE is also organized in theme funds identical to its main areas of intervention. Within a fund, there are counters that are gateways for promoters to receive funding from the FIE. The FIE attaches great importance and covers actions related to mitigation and adaptation to the adverse effects of climate change. And the National Climate Fund planned for several years will be set up within the FIE through its various areas of intervention. The FIE is consistent and at the service of the new National Adaptation Policy (NAP) to climate change. It contributes to strategic thrust 3 "the implementation of efficient and sustainable financial mechanisms" by putting in place a new financial instrument to sustainably finance adaptation to climate change. The FIE also focuses its priorities for intervention on the priority areas identified by the ANP and the type of adaptation measures considered the most important in the short, medium and long term by the ANP.