Cambodia Announcements

Consiente de los retos de la implementación de los planes y proyectos de la estrategia nacional REDD+ durante la fase de preparación, el gobierno de Camboya (RGC) y el gobierno de Ecuador realizaron una serie de reuniones técnicas y talleres conjuntos en una misión de intercambio Sur-Sur del 6 al 12 de diciembre de 2017 en Quito.

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Aware of the challenges of implementing the plans and policies in the National REDD+ strategy designed during the readiness phase, the Royal Government of Cambodian (RGC) and the Government of Ecuador held a series of technical meetings and joint workshops during a South-South Knowledge exchange mission from December 6 to December 12, 2017 in Quito, Ecuador.

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Aware of the challenges of implementing the plans and policies in the National REDD+ strategy designed during the readiness phase, the Royal Government of Cambodian (RGC) and the Government of Ecuador will hold a series of technical meetings and joint workshops during a South-South Knowledge exchange mission from December 6 to December 12, 2017 in Quito, Ecuador.

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As part of the Government of Cambodia’s capacity building and South-South Cooperation efforts, a technical exchange to Ecuador is proposed to learn lessons and seek advice on progressing Cambodia’s REDD+ implementation.

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Upcoming event:

ASIA-PACIFIC SOUTH-SOUTH LEARNING EVENT ON COUNTRY APPROACHES TO REDD+ SAFEGUARDS AND SAFEGUARDS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 

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The Government of Viet Nam and UN-REDD Viet Nam Phase II Programme partner with the International Labour Organization and Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry to convene a regional experience sharing workshop on the role of ethnic minorities as key contributors to managing natural resources and addressing climate change.

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After a technical presentation of a draft Forest Reference Level (FRL) at the UNFCCC CoP21 in Paris, the Cambodia REDD+ Technical Team finalized its Initial FRL and submitted it to the UNFCCC in early November 2016.

This initial FRL was submitted on a voluntary basis and it is an important step leading the Cambodia REDD+ Programme towards eventual results-based payments,” said Mr. Leng Chivin, FRL Technical Team.

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Developed by the Forestry Administration of Cambodia and the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre, with support from the UN-REDD Programme, a series of spreadsheet tools aim to enhance understanding of the costs and benefits of different REDD+ options in Cambodia. The three spreadsheet tools (using data from the national level, and Mondulkiri and Koh Kong provinces) pull together economic data on a range of forest-related goods and services, as well as implementation and transaction costs of REDD+ options and opportunity costs of different drivers of land use change. A background report introduces the tools and provides instructions on how to use them.

Background report: Cambodia REDD+ costs and benefits spreadsheet tool

Cambodia National REDD+ cost benefit spreadsheet tool

Koh Kong REDD+ cost benefit spreadsheet tool

Mondulkiri REDD+ cost benefit spreadsheet tool

Many UN-REDD Programme partner countries are developing approaches to ensure that their REDD+ plans take account of the Cancun safeguards, including through enhancing social and environmental benefits. This is the country resource hub for multiple benefits, please also see the safeguards hub for resources on country approaches to safeguards and safeguard information systems.

UN-REDD Programme supported outputs on planning for additional benefits are available below.  Mapping tutorials and tools are also available (in English, French, Mongolian, Spanish and Vietnamese). 

 

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Cambodia has identified five REDD+ demonstration sites that will be used to integrate lessons from earlier activities, mainstream REDD+ governance at the sub-national level, and contribute to early action on Cambodia’s REDD+ strategic goals. The initiative will be implemented as part of the Cambodia REDD+ Programme by the three key government agencies involved in managing forests, the Forestry Administration, Fisheries Administration, and General Department of Administration, Nature Conservation and Protection (GDANCP).

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The UN-REDD Programme is pleased to launch the video 'Strengthening Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Participation in REDD+'. 

National REDD+ processes are changing the rules of the game for Civil Society (CSO) and Indigenous Peoples’ (IP) representatives by creating space for positive engagement with government representatives. Sixteen CSO, IP and government representatives from seven countries participated in the UN-REDD Programme’s Asia-Pacific Regional Exchange in Bangkok from 7-8 May 2015, in order to share their experiences and lessons learned on CSO and IP engagement, as well as to highlight areas for improvement.

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