Indonesia Announcements

 

The UN-REDD Programme recently supported the first South-South Exchange on Participatory Governance Assessment (PGA) for REDD+ in Indonesia. Representatives from more than 9 countries met in Indonesia on 17-18 April in Bogor to discuss governance assessments for REDD+. Read more and find the report to the knowledge exchange here.

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Practitioners and stakeholders involved in the PGAs for REDD+ pilots, as well as additional countries having expressed an interest in learning more on the approach, are gathered in Bogor to share lessons learned and perspectives on addressing governance challenges for REDD+ through Participatory Governance Assessments. For more information on the workshop - see the workshop folder here.

The UN-REDD Programme and UNDP Indonesia will facilitate an Exchange Meeting for the four PGA pilot countries and countries who have expressed an interest to learn more about the approach to accommodate the need for discussing process oriented, strategic, substantive and methodological aspects and challenges related to the PGAs, and to look for ways to overcome these issues. Read more here.

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The Center for People and Forests' guidebook on Free, Prior and Informed Consent in REDD+ is now available in Bahasa Indonesia. Their other publication"Climate Change, Forests, and You," a resource for community level facilitators to provide explanations about the basics of climate change and the role of forests,  is also now available in Indonesian.

The Center for People and Forests' guidebook on Free, Prior and Informed Consent in REDD+ is now available in Bahasa Indonesia and Nepali. Their other publication "Climate Change, Forests, and You," a resource for community level facilitators to provide explanations about the basics of climate change and the role of forests,  is available in Indonesian and Vietnamese.

In the UN-REDD Programme's February 2011 issue, read more on Sri Lanka’s UN-REDD National Programme to be presented at the upcoming eighth Policy Board meeting in Paraguay, as well as progress on Indonesia’s REDD+ Participatory Governance Assessments, and highlights from the Programme’s recent global workshops on FPIC and the Social and Environmental Risks and Benefits of REDD+.

A short report is now available from the working meeting on reviewing existing PGA indicators in Indonesia, held in Bogor, Indonesia from 14-15 February. The objective of the meeting was for the PGA Expert Panel to obtain inputs and practical guidance on how to strengthen the existing REDD+ PGA framework, structure and measurement flow in their work on finalizing the indicator framework. Read more.

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The UN-REDD Programme in Indoensia has released a report on Central Sulawesi's Readiness to Implement REDD+ after 2012 along with a Q & A on UN-REDD Programme Indonesia's Pilot Province: Central Sulawesi to shed more light on the Provincial REDD+ Working Group's efforts in the pilot province. Read more on the Working Group.

 

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Costa Rica and Indonesia are among UN-REDD partner countries marking the International Anti-corruption Day 2011 with national level campaign activities that highlight forests. Find out more about their anti-corruption commitment and key activities to be carried out in celebration of International Anti-corruption Day (9 December) 2011.

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Presentations made by anti-corruption agencies representatives from Bhutan and Indonesia during the Anti-Corruption for REDD+ strategy and planning meeting, held in Kathmandu, Nepal, 10-11 October, are now available. Access all presentations and meeting information from the "Transparent, Equitable and Accountable Management of REDD+ Funds" page.

Following the finalization of the Information, Monitoring and MRV Action Plan presented to government, NGO and UN stakeholders in June 2011, the purpose of this mission (26- 30 September)  is to 1) follow up on further queries on the action plan, and 2) introduce the concepts of Reference Emission Levels and Reference Levels (REL/RL) for REDD+. Read more

 

This week in New York, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark, on behalf of the United Nations Secretary General, and Indonesia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the United Nations System on the framework for cooperation with and support for the National REDD+ Programme in Indonesia. Read press release and MoU document

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UNDP launched a guidebook aimed at helping decision makers in developing countries to better take advantage of the billions pledged to address climate change by assisting them to design a National Climate Fund. The guidebook, titled Blending Climate Finance Through National Climate Funds, targets decision-maker at the national and sub-national levels and features REDD+ and the UN-REDD Programme. Read more

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In the UN-REDD Programme's August 2011 issue, read about the five UN-REDD partner countries now entering into implementation; the Policy Board’s endorsement of the UN-REDD Global Programme Framework document which provides a roadmap for global-level support to National Programmes; as well as progress updates on Indonesia, Nigeria and Zambia’s REDD+ efforts. Readers can also learn more on the UN-REDD Programme’s work in the area of gender and REDD+.

 Read the first evaluation of deliverables in the Indonesia-Norway REDD+ Partnership established in May 2010.

Read the first evaluation of deliverables in the Indonesia-Norway REDD+ Partnership established in May 2010.

A Forests and Climate Change workshop, co-hosted by Pak Kuntoro's UKP4, UNEP and UNDP in collaboration from WWF-Indonesia and the Heart of Borneo Initiative, is held 12-13 August in Indonesia. This scoping workshop will make progress towards a scenario and proposal related to developing REDD+ as a catalyst for a Green Economy Corridor in Kalimantan, Indonesia. More details

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Executive summaries of the Multiple Benefits Series are now translated into Bahasa Indonesian, as well as English, French and Spanish. Read more.

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This video produced by the UN-REDD Programme, Indonesia gives an overview of their national programme and steps taken so far to better manage the forest resources and contribute to the global fight against climate change. Watch the video.

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