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06 August 2018
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18 April 2018
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REDD+ in Indonesia and FAO

uploaded by Maryia Kukharava

Indonesia has embarked on comprehensive reforms to land-use policies, customary land rights, regulations and law enforcement to meet its pledge made in Paris in 2015 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 29% from Business As Usual level by 2030 and by 41% with international support. Between 2010 and 2012, Indonesia has been working to create enabling conditions for REDD+ implementation.

01 February 2018
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Developing subnational REDD+ action plans: manual for facilitators

uploaded by Valerie Wayte

Published by the International Centre for International Mountain Development (ICIMOD),  this manual has been prepared for facilitators working with planners and multiple stakeholders in the development of subnational plans for REDD+ action. It is based on the idea that subnational REDD+ planning is essential for operationalising a REDD+ national strategy. Using pilot subnational REDD+ action plan experiences in Vietnam and Nepal over the period 2014-2016, it is written in a prescriptive style, but the methodology is generic and can be adapted to the country context and requirements.

25 September 2017
French

Feuille de route pour le developpement d'une approche nationale en matiere de garanties et analyse des risques et benefices lies a la REDD+

uploaded by Kristin DeValue

This report presents a roadmap towards a country approach to safeguards in Chad as well as an analysis of the risks and benefits of Chad's broad strategic options for REDD+. It is the result of desk review, interviews and two stakeholder consultations in Chad in 2016.

22 September 2017
French

Concilier la REDD+ à différentes ECHELLES République de Côte D’Ivoire

uploaded by Wesley Roberts

La REDD + est un mécanisme d'atténuation à l'échelle nationale adopté volontairement par les pays. Cependant, plusieurs pays ont utilisé une approche sous-nationale pour mettre en œuvre leurs activités REDD + comme mesures provisoires, pour les aider à tester les approches et les outils sur le terrain, y compris NERF/NRF, SNSF, sauvegardes, politiques et mesures, etc. pour les actions "+" potentielles d'un pays.

21 September 2017
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Reconciling REDD+ at Multiple Scales Republic of Zambia

uploaded by Wesley Roberts

REDD+ is a national scale mitigation mechanism voluntarily adopted by countries across the world. However, several countries have used a subnational approach to implement their REDD+ activities as interim measures, helping countries to test approaches and tools on the field, including FREL/FREL, NFMS, Safeguards, PAM, etc. for potential “+” actions and administrative arrangements of a country.

 

This presentation outlines the challenges and options available to Zambia in terms of reconciling REDD+ at multiple scales.

21 September 2017
English

Reconciling REDD+ at Multiple Scales - Session overview and clarification

uploaded by Wesley Roberts

REDD+ is a national scale mitigation mechanism voluntarily adopted by countries across the world. However, several countries have used a subnational approach to implement their REDD+ activities as interim measures, helping countries to test approaches and tools on the field, including FREL/FREL, NFMS, Safeguards, PAM, etc. for potential “+” actions and administrative arrangements of a country.

 

This presentation was used to introduce the topic to participants and to discuss the results of a poll undertaken before the start of the knowledge exchange.

29 August 2017
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Tenure & REDD+ in Malawi

uploaded by Amanda Bradley

This assessment report provides a comprehensive review of Malawi's tenure regime in the context of developing the country's national REDD+ program.  The document includes information on the historical context, legal and policy framework, sources of land tenure insecurity, gender issues, and other cross-cutting governance challenges.  A set of recommendations for next steps is included in the conclusion.  

05 July 2017
English

Policy, Legal and Institutional Frameworks for REDD+ in Malawi

uploaded by Amanda Bradley

The report provides in-depth analysis of the legal and institutional frameworks for REDD+ in Malawi along with identification of gaps and weaknesses and specific suggestions for legal reform.  

12 June 2017
English

SEPAL Indonesia Event Satisfaction Survey

uploaded by Adam Gerrand

This document has the UN-REDD event survey results from the training workshop on the FAO SEPAL satellite image processing system.

Overall the training workshop was rated as highly successful by the overwhelming majority of the participants.  The evaluation report shows that the workshop was very effective to increase participant’s knowledge not only for the advancement of REDD+ in Indonesia but also to improve their own knowledge in area of NFMS. In addition, almost all participants (19 out of 21 or 90%) agreed that the combination of training methodologies used during this event with guided instruction and hand-on use on their own computer was very effective.

A number of topics were of particular interest to participants including the key topics for REDD+ of: Estimation of deforestation or degradation areas from satellite data; and Estimation of burned area from satellite data; in both these 30% of participants said they had moderate improvement and 70% had high improvement in their knowledge. 90% of participants said “I will use what I learned during the event” and 95% said “I will recommend colleagues or partners in the country to attend a similar event”.

Overall satisfaction was 84% very satisfied, and 16% satisfied with nobody unsatisfied.

12 June 2017
English

Change detection and segmentation Tutorial and resources

uploaded by Adam Gerrand

A set of notes outlining the steps to do change detection analysis and satellite image segmentation in SEPAL used in the Indonesian workshop 2-6 May 2017.

12 June 2017
English

Workshop report on land cover map accuracy and training workshop on FAO SEPAL remote sensing system

uploaded by Adam Gerrand

This report summarises the training provided to 21 Indonesian government staff on the FAO Collect-Earth and SEPAL satellite image processing systems from 2-6 May 2017. 

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