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24 July 2017
English

UN-REDD Programme Focal Points (as of 4 Dec 2018)

uploaded by Frances Lim

Updates:

  • Updated focal points: Mongolia, Nepal
  • New Alternate focal point for Argentina (Nov2018)
  • Thailand - new Partner country (Oct2018)
  • Madagascar new FP (7Sept2018)
  • Mexico new FP ad Alternate(s), updated 30Aug2018
  • Benin and Guatemala - new FPs
  • Chile - New FP (Sr. Jose Antonio Prado) 28 June 2018
  • Bangladesh - New FP (Mr. Rakibul Hassan Mukul) and Alternate FP (Mr. Hossain Mohammad Nishad) - June 2018
  • Samoa - New Alternate FP (Ms. Susau Siolo) - June 2018
  • Zimbabwe - New Alternate FP (Mr. Tatenda Gotore) - June 2018
  • new FP for Japan (Akiko Nakano, May2018)
  • new Alternate for Norway (Vania Dietrichson, April 2018)
19 July 2017
English

Eighth Consolidated Annual Progress Report of the UN-REDD Programme Fund

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The 2016 Annual Report presents the results of the UN-REDD Programme between January and December 2016, in the context of key cumulative achievements since the Programme’s inception in 2008. As partner countries move from readiness to implementation, and to reflect the Programme’s 2016–2020 Strategic Framework, the 2016 Annual Report emphasizes progress against the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the Warsaw Framework for REDD+ and advances towards REDD+ implementation. As of December 2016, the UN-REDD Programme had 64 partner countries across Asia and the Pacific, Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

18 May 2015
French

Cadre strategique du Programme ONU-REDD 2016-2020

uploaded by Maddie West

Ce document a été présenté au Conseil d'orientation du Programme ONU-REDD lors de sa 14è réunion en mai 2015 et la décision suivante a été prise:

Décision #3: Cadre stratégique 2016-2020

Le Conseil d’orientation :i. A accueilli avec satisfaction l’issue du processus d’élaboration du cadre stratégique 2016- 2020 et entérine la direction générale de la stratégie énoncée par le cadre stratégique 2016- 2020 du Programme ONU-REDD (UNREDD/PB14/2015/III/3) ; ii. A noté que le cadre stratégique 2016-2020 sera assorti d’un cadre de résultats pleinement explicité, lequel viendra préciser les modalités de l’exécution du Programme aux niveaux mondial et national, ainsi que d’une structure de gouvernance garantissant la direction effective et opérationnelle du Programme ; iii. A prié le secrétariat de soumettre une réponse détaillée et référencée indiquant de quelle manière la stratégie donne suite aux conclusions et aux recommandations de l’évaluation externe.

15 May 2015
Spanish

Marco estrategico del Programa ONU-REDD 2016-2020

uploaded by Maddie West

Este documento se presentó ante la Junta Normativa del Programa ONU-REDD durante su 14ª reunión, celebrada en mayo de 2015, seguido de la siguiente decisión:

Decisión #3: Marco Estratégico 2016-2020

La Junta Normativa: i. Acogió con beneplácito el resultado del proceso para desarrollar el marco estratégico 2016-2020 y aprobó la dirección general de la estrategia tal y como se describe en el marco estratégico del Programa ONU-REDD 2016-2020 (UNREDD/PB14/2015/III/3). ii. Reconoció que el marco estratégico 2016-2020 se verá complementado por un marco de resultados en el que se continuarán perfeccionando los arreglos para la ejecución del Programa a nivel mundial y nacional así como una estructura de gobernanza que garantice un liderazgo de Programa efectivo y operacional. iii. Solicitó a la Secretaría difundir una respuesta exhaustiva y referenciada sobre cómo la estrategia se adapta a los hallazgos y las recomendaciones de la evaluación externa.

08 May 2015
English

UN-REDD Programme 2016-2020 Strategic Framework

uploaded by Maddie West

This document was presented to the UN-REDD Programme Policy Board at its 14th meeting held in May 2015, and the following decision made:

Decision #3: 2016-2020 Strategic Framework

The Policy Board:
i. Welcomed the outcome of the process to develop the strategic framework 2016-2020 and endorsed the overall direction of the strategy as outlined in the UN-REDD Programme Strategic Framework 2016-2020 (UNREDD/PB14/2015/III/3);
ii. Recognized that the strategic framework 2016-2020 will be complemented by a fully narrated results framework, further refining the arrangements for Programme delivery at global and national level, and a governance structure that ensures effective and operational governing of the Programme; and
iii. Requested the Secretariat to share a thorough and referenced response to how the strategy follows up to the findings and recommendations of the external evaluation.

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