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26 February 2019
23 February 2019

Elaboration et mise en place d’un système d’information sur les sauvegardes, rapport final, Août 2017

Uploaded By Dave

A l’issu de la conférence de Cancun en 2010, les pays signataires de la
Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC)
se sont convenus de sept (07) garanties, lesquelles sont requises et soutenues
pour les activités REDD+ (Décision 1 / CP.16 Annexe 1 Paragraphe 2). Ces
garanties sont denommées « Garanties de Cancun ». A la suite des conférences
des parties à Durban en 2011 et à Varsovie en 2013, il a été convenu que les
pays mettant en œuvre des activités REDD+ doivent fournir un résumé des
informations sur la façon dont toutes les garanties ont été prises en compte et
respectées (Décision 12 / CP.17) au niveau de la CNUCC tous les 4 ans. En effet,
il a été convenu en marge de cette la conférence de Varsovie, l’élaboration de (i) la
stratégie national ou plan d’action REDD+ , (ii) niveau d’emission de référence, (iii)
le système national de surveillance des forêts et (iv) la système d’information sur
les garanties (SIS).

23 February 2019

Framework of the SIS in Ghana, draft, September 2018 (English)

Uploaded By Dave

The development of a Safeguard Information System (SIS) is one of the three safeguard-
related requirements 1 outlined by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change (UNFCCC) and is linked to the delivery of results-based payments 2 .
Although there are no official guidelines on how countries are supposed to set up a system
for providing information on how safeguards are addressed and respected (commonly known
as a Safeguard Information System or SIS), Parties to the UNFCCC have agreed on some broad
guidance on the characteristics of a SIS.

23 February 2019

Ghana REDD+ Social and Environmental Principles, Criteria and Indicators, draft, September 2018 (English)

Uploaded By Dave

The development of a Safeguard Information System (SIS) is one of the three safeguard-
related requirements 1 outlined by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change (UNFCCC) and is linked to the delivery of results-based payments 2 .
Although there are no official guidelines on how countries are supposed to set up a system
for providing information on how safeguards are addressed and respected (commonly known
as a Safeguard Information System or SIS), Parties to the UNFCCC have agreed on some broad
guidance on the characteristics of a SIS

23 February 2019

Ghana’s Country Approach to Safeguards Roadmap, draft V.2, December 2016 (English)

Uploaded By Dave

With technical support from SNV, CLP and KASA and financial support from BMUB, Ghana
has decided to adopt a Country Approach to Safeguards (CAS) in order to meet and
implement its safeguards requirements for REDD+. In addition to responding to the United
Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) requirements, a country
approach to safeguards will allow Ghana to consider further objectives, including, for
example, meeting the safeguard requirements of organizations (e.g. donors) providing
interim results-based REDD+ payments/finance, such as the Forest Carbon Partnership
Facility (FCPF), and also contributing to the social and environmental sustainability of
national policies and their implementation.

22 February 2019

Bosques y género en la preparación para REDD+ un insumo para la incorporación del enfoque de género en la estrategia integral de control a la deforestación y gestión de los bosques

Uploaded By Marcela Rodríguez Salguero

El programa ONU-REDD a nivel global cuenta con un extenso trabajo en materia de género el cual orienta no solo la preparación de las estrategias nacionales de Reducción de emisiones por deforestación y degradación de bosques ENREDD+), sino que condensa buena parte de los aprendizajes generados hasta el momento no solo por el Programa, sino también por las Agencias de naciones unidas que lo lideran. dicho trabajo se centra en la necesidad de establecer canales de participación amplios e informados que tiendan a corregir los desbalances estructurales en los pilares que sostienen los programas REDD+, todos estos relacionados de una u otra forma con los ejes de análisis en materia de género que son; división sexual del trabajo, acceso a recursos y control sobre los recursos, y la participación sustantiva.

15 February 2019

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Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten
14 February 2019

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Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten
12 February 2019

Infobrief: Exposure to Risks Posed by Unsustainable Land Use; What can Burmese banks do?

Uploaded By Leona Liu

Land use is the foundation of the Burmese economy. As the Burmese banking sector develops and expands, it will be exposed to new challenges associated with unsustainable land use and deforestation. This brief is the second in a two-part series; the first infobrief examined how the Burmese banking sector could be exposed to risk generated through unsustainable land use and deforestation. This second part focuses on measures that Burmese banks can take to minimize any exposure to unsustainable land use and deforestation, while aligning their portfolio with sustainable and profitable businesses that are able to foster and reinforce a healthy functioning environment.

07 February 2019
07 February 2019

o Synthèse des activités de préparation à la REDD+ en Tunisie

Uploaded By Amanda Bradley

The report summarizes the findings from three assessments conducted in Tunisia in the context of REDD+.  These include an assessment of institutional capacity, a study on the requirements for a national forest monitoring system, and an assessment on the land tenure regime in the context of REDD+. 

Le rapport résume les conclusions de trois évaluations réalisées en Tunisie dans le contexte de la REDD +. Celles-ci comprennent une évaluation de la capacité institutionnelle, une étude sur les exigences relatives à un système national de suivi des forêts et une évaluation du régime foncier dans le contexte de REDD +.

06 February 2019

Scoping private sector opportunities in Ethiopia: How to stimulate both economic development and REDD+ implementation?

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

Ethiopia is one of the fastest growing economies in Africa. Agriculture (subsistence and commercial) employs 80% of the population, contributes to 50% of the gross domestic

product and provides 60% of export revenues, highlighting the importance of the sector for Ethiopia’s economy. At the same time the country is experiencing ongoing

deforestation, with agriculture being the principal driver of deforestation in Ethiopia. There are 2 national strategies - the climate-resilience green economy (CRGE) and the

second growth transformation plan (GTP2) - to shift the country to a more sustainable development paradigm while growing to middle-income status by 2025. Ethiopia has ample indigenous bamboo resources: the largest area of bamboo in Africa with 1 million hectares with a potential of 3 million hectares. Based on desk research and

interviews, this report concludes that investments in bamboo carry the highest potential to restore, protect or recover forests as Ethiopia committed in 2014 to restore 15 million

hectares by 2030. In doing so, there may be possibilities to harness the potential of both international development finance institutions as well as domestic finance institutions, given that

Ethiopia is at the moment an underbanked country with little domestic or international funding flowing to forest-friendly projects that contribute to REDD+.

05 February 2019

အ ်ဥ္းခ်ဳပ္ ။ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံရွိသစ္ေတာမ်ားႏွင့္ ပတ္သ ္သည့္ ဘဏ္လုပ္ငန္း

Uploaded By Leona Liu

This info brief is in Burmese. This info brief is supported by the UN-REDD Programme and published by the United Nations Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It is the first in a two-part series that is intended to demonstrate the economic and financial benefits of a deforestation-free approach to lending and investment in Myanmar and to provide recommendations for financial institutions on how to reduce their exposure to the forest-related risks arising from their clients/ investees’ activities. 

 

ဤအ ်ဥ္းခ်ဳပ္သည္ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံ၌ ေငြထုတ္ေခ်းျခင္းႏွင့္

ရင္းႏွီးျမွဳပ္ႏွံမႈအေပၚ သစ္ေတာျပဳန္းတီးမႈ  င္းလြတ္ေသာ

ခ်ဥ္း ပ္မႈနည္းလမ္း၏ စီးပြားေရးႏွင့္ ဘ႑ာေရး

အ ်ိဳးေ ်းဇူးမ်ား ို သရုပ္ေဖာ္ျပရန္ ရည္ရြယ္ေသာ

ႏွစ္ပိုင္းတြဲအခန္း ဆ ္မွ ပထမပိုင္းျဖစ္သည္။

31 January 2019

Uganda REDD+ Strategy

Uploaded By Ela Ionescu
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