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The 2018 Annual Report presents the results of the UN-REDD Programme between January and December 2018, in the context of the considerable cumulative accomplishments of its partner countries over the past decade, since the programme’s launch in 2008. With partner countries making progress on REDD+ readiness, the UN-REDD Programme has...
This policy brief provides an overview of the potential for scaling up community participation in forest management in Zambia as part of the country's REDD+ investment strategy. The report gives some insight on the legal and policy context for community forest management, joint forest management, and private forest management. It...
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...
FAO’s Forestry Department works with indigenous peoples to address the unique challenges they face, while assisting governments to develop appropriate forestry policies that take indigenous peoples’ land and resource rights, and views into account. This brochure provides an overview of FAO’s approach to engage with and support indigenous peoples in...
This simple checklist has been prepared in order to help workshop organizers design and implement gender-responsive workshops, whether at the regional, national, or local levels.
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