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PGA Consultation workshop - Calabar Nigeria, 16-18 January 2013

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file icon PGA Workshop Report - Calabar, NigeriaTooltip
English 03/11/2013
file icon Preliminary research PGA NigeriaTooltip
English 03/07/2013
In preparation for the workshop in Calabar, reserach was conducted to feed into the discussions on several topics: stakeholder analysis (who are key stakeholders to include throughout the process), the private sector (to more meaningfully involve key private actors in the PGA process), traditional meansof communication (to ensure that PGA data and results are made available to local stakeholders in an appropriate manner) and a mapping of governance issues relevant for the REDD+ process in CRS and at national level. This is the final report, and the findings were presented during the workshop.
file icon Workshop participants list Tooltip
English 03/06/2013
file icon Workshop Evaluation CalabarTooltip
English 03/06/2013
Workshop evaluation by participants in Calabar.
file icon REDD+ Governance Working Groups, NigeriaTooltip
English 03/06/2013
Introduction to the REDD+ Governance Working Groups established at the Federal and State level in Nigeria.
Presentation by Tina Hageberg, Programme Officer in the UN-REDD Programme, to introduce the workshop participants to the PGA/ REDD+ approach, the relevance of such efforts in Nigeria, and what we can realistically expect.
Presentation by Salisu Dahiru, National Coordinator, Federal Ministry of Environment, on the PGA/ REDD+ process in Nigeria to date.
file icon Presentation - CRS Forestry CommissionTooltip
English 01/25/2013
Presentation by Odigha Odigha, Chairman of the Forestry Commission in Cross River State.
Preparatory research was carried out at the Cross River State level in Nigeria, to better inform the further PGA process and discussion amongst key stakeholders. The research was being conducted on the following four areas; stakeholder analysis (who are key stakeholders to include throughout the process), the private sector (to more meaningfully involve key private actors in the PGA process), traditional means of communication (to ensure that PGA data and results are made available to local stakeholders in an appropriate manner) and a mapping of governance issues relevant for the REDD+ process in CRS and at national level. This research fed into the workshop discussions.
file icon Governance RisksTooltip
English 01/25/2013
Preparatory research was carried out at the Cross River State level in Nigeria, to better inform the further PGA process and discussion amongst key stakeholders. The research was being conducted on the following four areas; stakeholder analysis (who are key stakeholders to include throughout the process), the private sector (to more meaningfully involve key private actors in the PGA process), traditional means of communication (to ensure that PGA data and results are made available to local stakeholders in an appropriate manner) and a mapping of governance issues relevant for the REDD+ process in CRS and at national level. This research fed into the workshop discussions.
Preparatory research was carried out at the Cross River State level in Nigeria, to better inform the further PGA process and discussion amongst key stakeholders. The research was being conducted on the following four areas; stakeholder analysis (who are key stakeholders to include throughout the process), the private sector (to more meaningfully involve key private actors in the PGA process), traditional means of communication (to ensure that PGA data and results are made available to local stakeholders in an appropriate manner) and a mapping of governance issues relevant for the REDD+ process in CRS and at national level. This research fed into the workshop discussions.
file icon Traditional means of communication Tooltip
English 01/25/2013
Preparatory research was carried out at the Cross River State level in Nigeria, to better inform the further PGA process and discussion amongst key stakeholders. The research was being conducted on the following four areas; stakeholder analysis (who are key stakeholders to include throughout the process), the private sector (to more meaningfully involve key private actors in the PGA process), traditional means of communication (to ensure that PGA data and results are made available to local stakeholders in an appropriate manner) and a mapping of governance issues relevant for the REDD+ process in CRS and at national level. This research fed into the workshop discussions.
file icon Stakeholder analysisTooltip
English 01/25/2013
Preparatory research was carried out at the Cross River State level in Nigeria, to better inform the further PGA process and discussion amongst key stakeholders. The research was being conducted on the following four areas; stakeholder analysis (who are key stakeholders to include throughout the process), the private sector (to more meaningfully involve key private actors in the PGA process), traditional means of communication (to ensure that PGA data and results are made available to local stakeholders in an appropriate manner) and a mapping of governance issues relevant for the REDD+ process in CRS and at national level. This research fed into the workshop discussions.
file icon Agreed next steps for the PGA in NigeriaTooltip
English 01/25/2013
file icon Draft - first version of PGA indicators Nigeria Tooltip
English 01/25/2013
Based on the indicator development and data collection training provided in Calabar mid January 2013, workshop participants attempted a first draft of the indicator set for the PGA in Nigeria, based upon the previously prioritized governance domains. These will be further refined and validated by the PGA/ REDD+ Research Team and the PGA/ REDD+ Committee.
file icon Organizational structure for the PGA in NigeriaTooltip
English 01/25/2013
Organizational structure for the PGA in Nigeria, as agreed in the consultative workshop in Calabar on 17 January 2013. Names for the different groups will appear in the workshop report.
Based on the group work and discussions in the consultative PGA workshop in Calabar (January 2013), the key governance areas or domains were identified and later prioritized by the workshop participants. This prioritized list of governance issues will be the basis for the forthcoming set of indicators upon which governance data and information will be collected.
file icon Agenda PGA consultative workshop CalabarTooltip
English 01/16/2013