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21 February 2019
Spanish

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.

07 February 2019
English

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

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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 +.

22 January 2019
English

Synthese des activités de preparation à la REDD+ en Tunisie

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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 +.

22 January 2019
French

Mise en place d’un système national de suivi des forêts en Tunisie

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This report analyzes the existing capacity for national forest monitoring and proposes a strategy to meet the needs of the national REDD+ program. 

Ce rapport analyse les capacités existantes en matière de surveillance des forêts nationales et propose une stratégie pour répondre aux besoins du programme national REDD +.

22 January 2019
French

Un ancrage institutionnel clair et coherent de la REDD+ en Tunisie

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This publication contributes to a better understanding of the institutional context in Tunisia in relation to REDD+ readiness.  This report provides an assessment of the institutional structures and capacities in Tunisia in relation to the development of a national REDD+ program.  It identified gaps and proposes recommendations to address these gaps. 

Cette publication contribue à une meilleure compréhension du contexte institutionnel en Tunisie en relation avec l'état de préparation à la REDD +. Ce rapport fournit une évaluation des structures et des capacités institutionnelles de la Tunisie en relation avec le développement d'un programme national REDD +. Le rapport a identifié les lacunes et a proposé des recommandations pour y remédier.

22 January 2019
French

Analyse de la situation foncière en vue de la préparation de la stratégie REDD+ en Tunisie

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This assessment provides an overview of the land tenure situation in Tunisia in the context of REDD+.  It analyzes the legal and policy framework and provides a comprehensive set of recommendations for next steps.  It also includes data on forest jurisdictions and areas under each jurisdiction.  The objectives of the study were to contribute to the protection of the country’s forests, to provide up to date data on forest tenure, and to better understand the connections between REDD+ and tenure.  As a result of the study the forest areas under different tenure systems were identified and quantified. 

Cette évaluation donne un aperçu de la situation du régime foncier en Tunisie dans le contexte de REDD +. Il analyse le cadre juridique et politique et fournit un ensemble complet de recommandations pour les prochaines étapes. Il comprend également des données sur les juridictions forestières et les zones relevant de chaque juridiction. L’étude avait pour objectif de contribuer à la protection des forêts du pays, de fournir des données actualisées sur le régime foncier des forêts et de mieux comprendre les liens qui unissent REDD + et le régime foncier. À la suite de cette étude, les zones forestières soumises à différents systèmes de tenure ont été identifiées et quantifiées.

06 August 2018
English
12 April 2018
English

Integrated analyses for a REDD+ strategy in Nigeria with focus on Cross River State

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Report on private sector engagement status in REDD+ and recommendations

Nigeria's forests, which currently extend over 9.6 million hectares, have been rapidly declining over the past decades. The current deforestation rate, estimated at 3.7%, is one of the highest in the world.  The REDD+ Strategy for Nigeria intends to enhance the value of standing forests and to incentivize sustainable forest management through a multi-stakeholder approach and a green development perspective

 

28 March 2018
English

Forestry and Macroeconomic Accounts of Nigeria: The Importance of Linking Ecosystem Services to Macroeconomics (Ex summary)

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the economic value of Nigeria’s forest resources and demonstrate some policy instruments that would alleviate pressure on these natural forest systems. The results show a rapid and severe rate of deforestation, results from a range of cumulative effects fundamentally driven by the immediate availability of woody biomass in the form of timber, fuelwood and construction timber; and the opportunity to acquire land for significantly higher agricultural returns. Together, these drivers comprise a considerable economic incentive for deforestation.

The total value of forest ecosystem services based on valuations done between 2000 and 2015 is approximately 1,000,000 Naira/ha. Although value is derived through forest use, the unsustainable exploitation thereof and subsequent deforestation results in a net loss to the economy of Nigeria. 

These losses will continue for as long as there is a disconnect between the cost-benefit decisions made by land holders, users and other indirect role players, where the net benefit of deforestation is highly positive; and the cost-benefit ratio at a national scale, which, as demonstrated above, is highly negative.

Thus, to address the unique deforestation challenges faced by Nigeria, this study not only uses accounting and valuation of natural capital, but also makes significant progress towards designing and testing policy instruments that goes to the heart of the country’s deforestation problem

The analysis shows that the contribution of forests to the economy of Nigeria is underestimated in the national accounts.

Furthermore, the study demonstrates three economic policy instruments that seek to incentivise landholders to pursue sustainable forest management. These proposed policy options are not intended to be a comprehensive final set of options for Nigeria, but are rather used to demonstrate how these options could work, what they would cost, to what extent they would curb deforestation and what the relative costs and benefits to the economy of Nigeria would behe three preliminary policy options tested are: (i) Carbon trade; (ii) Certified plantation forestry and (iii) Agroforestry.

27 March 2018
English

La strategie nationale REDD+ Cote d'Ivoire (full report)

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Biodiversity in Côte d’Ivoire is among the richest in Western Africa. The country’s total forest area was estimated at over seven million hectares in 2000 but has fallen sharply due to high rates of deforestation and forest degradation suffered in its recent history.

Several policies have been put in place to curb this trend and restore the country’s ecological capital as it makes the transition to a more sustainable model of development.

Côte d'Ivoire became a UN-REDD Programme partner country in June 2011 and has developed a REDD+ Readiness Plan following a participatory approach. 

29 August 2017
English

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.  

20 October 2016
English

Meeting Report for the Validation of the Cross River State REDD+ Risks and Benefits Analysis

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A meeting of the Cross River State REDD+ Technical Committee took place on 28 June 2016 in Calabar to carry out a first validation of the Risks and Benefit Analysis of planned and existing Policies and Measures (PAMs) relevant for REDD+ in the State, which has been developed by the Nigeria Safeguard Working Group during 2016. This meeting minute sets out the results of the validation by the State REDD+ Technical Committee (RTC), including recommendations and discussions.

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