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Management of readiness and engagement of stakeholders

Engagement of all stakeholders is planned to permeate all readiness activities and include:

• Awareness-raising at the district and local levels (output 2.4), starting with an assessment of needs and opportunities, preparation of materials such as posters, pamphlets, radio programmes etc, and events.

• Capacity-building at the national and local levels (provincial, district and commune)

o through pilots in two districts in Lam Dong province that demonstrate effective approaches to planning and implementing measures to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.

o Through workshops and trainings

Particular emphasis has been placed on stakeholder engagement through:

• Complementing existing data sources on deforestation and forest degradation, provided by local stakeholders such as forest officials (from DARD/Forest Protection Office) and local farmers

• Monitoring carbon stocks, in a system build to be participatory

• Endorsing district socio-economic and land-use plans

The lead agency for REDD in Viet Nam is the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD). In order to implement REDD priorities, the MARD has been given overall responsibility for the forest sector and is the designated focal point for REDD activities.

MARD has recently appointed a National Programme Director and established a interim working gtoup on REDD. This working roup will be a subsidiary body to the steering commitee for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, and will include stakeholders from both Vietnamese and international agencies. The mandate of the Interim working group will be to provide guidance and coordination on all activities building capacity for RED. The Programme Executive Board, which will be responsible for overseeing implementation of the UN-REDD programme in Viet Nam, will include members of the interim working group and will report to it.

Key institutional stakeholders related to forests and REDD are: the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), the Ministry of National Resources and Environment (MONRE), the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI), the Ministry of Finance (MoF), the State Committee for Ethnic Minority and Mountainous Area Affairs and the Forest Sector Support Partnership (FSSP). The Government of Viet Nam is also committed to working with non-institutional stakeholders, including land owners, ethnic minority groups, and the peoples of mountainous and forested areas.

Engagement of all stakeholders is planned to permeate all readiness activities and include:

• Awareness-raising at the district and local levels (output 2.4), starting with an assessment of needs and opportunities, preparation of materials such as posters, pamphlets, radio programmes etc, and events.

• Capacity-building at the national and local levels (provincial, district and commune)

o through pilots in two districts in Lam Dong province that demonstrate effective approaches to planning and implementing measures to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.

o Through workshops and trainings

Particular emphasis has been placed on stakeholder engagement through:

• Complementing existing data sources on deforestation and forest degradation, provided by local stakeholders such as forest officials (from DARD/Forest Protection Office) and local farmers

• Monitoring carbon stocks, in a system build to be participatory

• Endorsing district socio-economic and land-use plans

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