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20 September 2018

(Low resolution) Documento De Síntesis Octavo Informe Anual Consolidado Sobre Los Progresos Del Fondo Del Programa ONU-REDD

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

Este Informe anual de 2017 pre­senta los resultados del Programa ONU-REDD conseguidos entre enero y diciembre de 2017, en el marco de los logros acumulados desde su lan­zamiento en 2008. Mientras los países socios siguen avanzando en la prepa­ración para REDD+, el Programa ONU-REDD se ha centrado cada vez más en responder a la demanda por parte de los países de asistencia técnica para la im­plementación de REDD+ y en el apoyo a los compromisos alcanzados en el Acuerdo de París de 2015. A diciembre de 2017, el programa ONU-REDD había hecho posible que 64 países socios en Asia y el Pacífico, África y Améri­ca Latina y el Caribe hayan realizado avances significativos en la preparación e implementación de REDD+.

20 September 2018

Documento De Síntesis Octavo Informe Anual Consolidado Sobre Los Progresos Del Fondo Del Programa ONU-REDD

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

Este Informe anual de 2017 pre­senta los resultados del Programa ONU-REDD conseguidos entre enero y diciembre de 2017, en el marco de los logros acumulados desde su lan­zamiento en 2008. Mientras los países socios siguen avanzando en la prepa­ración para REDD+, el Programa ONU-REDD se ha centrado cada vez más en responder a la demanda por parte de los países de asistencia técnica para la im­plementación de REDD+ y en el apoyo a los compromisos alcanzados en el Acuerdo de París de 2015. A diciembre de 2017, el programa ONU-REDD había hecho posible que 64 países socios en Asia y el Pacífico, África y Améri­ca Latina y el Caribe hayan realizado avances significativos en la preparación e implementación de REDD+.

20 September 2018

(Low resolution) Document De Synthèse Huitième Rapport Annuel Consolidé Du Fonds Du Programme ONU-REDD

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

Le rapport annuel 2017 présente les résultats du Programme ONU-REDD de janvier à décembre
2017, résultats qui viennent s’ajouter au cumul des principales realizations enregistrées depuis le lancement du programme en 2008. Alors que les pays partenaires progressent dans la préparation à REDD+, le Programme ONU-REDD se concentre de plus en plus sur la demande d’assistance technique pour la mise en oeuvre de REDD+ et le soutien aux engagements pris dans le cadre de l’Accord de Paris en 2015. Dès janvier 2017, le Programme ONU-REDD avait permis à 64 pays partenaires d’Asie, du Pacifique, d’Amérique latine et des Caraïbes de progresser de façon significative dans la préparation et la mise en oeuvre des activités REDD+.

20 September 2018

Document De Synthèse Huitième Rapport Annuel Consolidé Du Fonds Du Programme ONU-REDD

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

Le rapport annuel 2017 présente les résultats du Programme ONU-REDD de janvier à décembre 2017, résultats qui viennent s’ajouter au cumul des principales realizations enregistrées depuis le lancement du programme en 2008. Alors que les pays partenaires progressent dans la préparation à REDD+, le Programme ONU-REDD se concentre de plus en plus sur la demande d’assistance technique pour la mise en oeuvre de REDD+ et le soutien aux engagements pris dans le cadre de l’Accord de Paris en 2015. Dès janvier 2017, le Programme ONU-REDD avait permis à 64 pays partenaires d’Asie, du Pacifique, d’Amérique latine et des Caraïbes de progresser de façon significative dans la préparation et la mise en oeuvre des activités REDD+.

13 September 2018

Mining Sector Engagement And Integrated Landscape Management

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

Forests cover around 45 million hectares in Zambia, or over 60% of the total land area. The Government of Zambia is aware of the prevailing high deforestation rate in the country, which is estimated between 250,000 – 300,000 hectares per year, and one of the top 10 countries with the highest deforestation rates in the world. The main direct drivers of forest degradation is charcoal production and illegal timber extraction, while drivers of deforestation are primarily agricultural and human-settlement expansion (Turpie et al, 2015). Mining activities play a key role in driving these activities, though there are regional and historical differences in forest transition patterns. The Government of Zambia decided in 2009 to participate in REDD+ as an opportunity to directly address the drivers of deforestation and forest degradation (Zambia, 2015).

13 September 2018

Production Durable De Cacao En Côte d’Ivoire : Besoins Et Solutions De Financement Pour Les Petits Producteurs

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

MESSAGES CLEFS
◾L’agroforesterie pourrait être un élément essentiel de la réponse apportée à la situation
critique des forêts ivoiriennes. Elle permettrait également d’assurer le futur de la cacaoculture,
un secteur clef de l’économie du pays.
◾Pour cela, une définition nationale de l’agroforesterie incluant des éléments quantitatifs est
nécessaire pour orienter les investissements de manière cohérente avec les objectifs politiques
nationaux. Elle harmoniserait les objectifs socio-économiques et environnementaux.
◾Cette étude met en lumière plusieurs éléments pouvant guider le développement de cette
définition. Celle-ci devra prendre en compte les facteurs qui influencent les rendements
cacaoyers dans l’arbitrage entre coûts et bénéfices environnementaux et économiques
pour les différents acteurs de la chaîne de valeur cacao.
◾La transition vers l’agroforesterie peut entraîner un manque à gagner de plusieurs années.
Compte tenu de l’absence d’épargne des planteurs, des mécanismes de compensation de
ce manque à gagner lors des premières années de transition doivent être formulés.
◾La diversification des revenus du petit producteur à moyen terme grâce à l’introduction de
systèmes agroforestiers représente une opportunité d’amélioration de son niveau de vie et
une protection face à la fluctuation des cours du cacao en monoculture.

13 September 2018

Economic and Financial Challenges to Scaling Up Sustainable Cocoa Production in Côte d’Ivoire Executive Summary

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

KEY MESSAGES
◾Agroforestry can play a key role in addressing the critical situation of Ivorian forests. It would also ensure the future of cocoa farming, a key sector of the country’s economy.
◾To that end, a national agroforestry definition including quantitative elements is needed to guide investments consistently with national policy objectives. It would also harmonise socioeconomic and environmental objectives.
◾This study highlights several elements that can guide the development of this definition. The latter should consider the factors that influence cocoa yields in the arbitration between environmental and economic costs and benefits for the different actors in the cocoa value chain.
◾The transition towards agroforestry can lead to a shortfall of several years. Given the plantation owners’ lack of savings, compensation mechanisms for this shortfall in the first years of transition must be formulated.
◾The diversification of smallholder income in the medium term through the introduction of agroforestry systems represents an opportunity to improve his/her standard of living and protect against the fluctuation of cocoa prices in monoculture.

05 September 2018
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29 August 2018

Vietnam - Lao PDR Bilateral Exchange Meeting Brief

Uploaded By Akiko Inoguchi

Under the Vietnam UN-REDD Programme, an exchange was organised between Viet Nam and Lao PDR on the developments in the forestry sector particularly those related to REDD+ and transboundary displacement issues. Both countries are engaged in REDD+ and this represents an opportunity to place forests and land use on a more sustainable footing, and provide incentives for doing so. But, illegal and/or unsustainable logging and timber trade between countries can undermine REDD+ efforts. This bilateral exchange thus encouraged discussions on the potential domestic and cross-border impact and risks, and identified mechanisms for monitoring of risks. (Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, May 2018)

28 August 2018

2018 Semi-Annual Progress Update

Uploaded By Mihaela Secrieru
27 August 2018

Operationalising and Financing National REDD+ Strategies: from programming and financing implementation to results-based payments

Uploaded By Leona Liu

A REDD+ National Strategy or Action Plan may not be sufficient to fully guide REDD+ implementation, and may need to be complemented by more detailed, operational document(s) at national and/or subnational level. As agreed in the Warsaw Framework for REDD+, a National REDD+ Strategy and/or Action Plan is one of the prerequisites for accessing results-based payments (RBPs) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). These strategies present an overall vision, over the medium to long term, setting aspirational goals and outlining a general approach to achieving them. However, they often lack the operational elements required to fully frame REDD+ implementation: an explicit theory of change with clear priorities for implementation; a budget coupled with a financing plan and funding mechanism; and/or a REDD+ results framework with an associated monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system. This infobrief examines how to operationalise and finance National REDD+ Strategies from programming and financing implementation to results-based payments.

20 August 2018

Inventory of volume and biomass tree allometric models for Southeast Asia: 2018 update

Uploaded By Maryia Kukharava

The objective of this report is to provide an update of the GlobAllomeTree database with relevant tree allometric models for seven Southeast Asian countries - Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam. Models are obtained from both peer-reviewed scientific literature and national technical reports and validated using methods previously described by Birigazzi et al., (2015) through the Fantallometrik tool.
This report is part of the MRV series of allometric equation database reports of the UN-REDD Programme, together with those for Cambodia (Sarin et al., 2012), Viet Nam (Inoguchi et al., 2013), the United Republic of Tanzania (Vyamana and Sola, 2013), The Pacific (Poultouchidou, Monnier and Birigazzi, 2013), North America (Birigazzi et al., 2013), and Bangladesh (Akhter, Hossain and Birigazzi, 2013), South Asia (Sandeep et al., 2014) and China (Cheng, Gamarra and Birigazzi, 2014).

15 August 2018

Ninth Consolidated Annual Progress Report of the UN-REDD Programme Fund (low resolution)

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

The 2017 Annual Report presents the results of the UN-REDD Programme between January and December 2017, in the context of key cumulative achievements since the Programme’s inception in 2008. The Report highlights the results across the four pillars of the Warsaw Framework for REDD+ and key thematic areas, including gender mainstreaming and social inclusion, private sector engagement and tenure. These are accompanied by significant progress in REDD+ implementation, which will be at the centre of the UN-REDD Programme from 2018. The report also highlights the areas of South-South collaboration and institutional partnerships that have been critical to the success of the Programme. Finally, as UN-REDD initiates a new REDD+ implementation-focused programme from 2018 – 2020, the report outlines the strategy and approach for meeting continued partner country demand, while enabling countries to learn from the vast experience and best practices approaches of all partner countries. As of December 2017, the UN-REDD Programme had 64 partner countries across Asia and the Pacific, Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

10 August 2018

Rights in Action: Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) for Indigenous Peoples

Uploaded By Dave

This community-friendly animation video explains the concepts and mechanisms of Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) through a story of interaction between indigenous peoples and people requesting their consent for new development.

Free, Prior and Informed Consent is a core principle of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, to guide collective decision-making.

FPIC is a continual process that involves mutual respect and meaningful participation of indigenous peoples in decision-making on matters affecting them.

The video also includes a story about customary law in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

06 August 2018

REDD+ Côte d'ivoire National Strategy

Uploaded By Michael Muratha

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