Community Assistance Program (CAP)
Funded with NADB's retained earnings, this program offers grant financing to support the implementation of projects sponsored by public entities in all environmental sectors eligible for NADB financing.
The objective of the CAP program is to support the implementation of critical environmental infrastructure projects for sponsors with limited capacity to incur debt. The program is designed to serve low-income communities in the border region. Priority will be given to drinking water, wastewater and solid waste infrastructure. Projects that receive grants from the Border Environment Infrastructure Fund (BEIF) are NOT eligible for grants from the CAP.
Please review all eligibility and evaluation criteria on the NADB CAP Program page as well as BECC's project certification elgibility and evaluation criteria before applying for project certification and financing.
Municipalities in Coahuila to benefit from waste collection and disposal equipment for two regional landfills
February 13, 2017 - NADB is providing US $1 million grant for purchase of equipment that will benefit 10 municipalities
February 13, 2017 - Grants totaling US $1.1 million awarded to Ahumada, Madera, and Nuevo Casas Grandes