The UN-REDD Programme provides financial, technical and knowledge assistance to its partner countries, supporting them to develop and implement national REDD+ strategies towards realizing results-based payments for results-based actions. The Programme does this through several mechanisms:
The UN-REDD Programme’s National Programme provides support to partner countries in the development and implementation of national REDD+ strategies.
The UN-REDD Programme’s Support to National REDD+ Action: Global Programme Framework 2011-2015 (SNA) provides complementary support to partner countries through common approaches, analyses, methodologies, tools, data and best practices. This assistance comes in two forms:
Targeted Support: This is specific technical advice and other capacity strengthening support that a country may request on a critical REDD+ readiness aspect it has identified, which is not covered through other multilateral or bilateral initiatives or by its National Programme, and where the UN-REDD Programme has comparative advantage to provide such support.
Capacity Building Technical Support
Capacity building on technical issues is delivered by the UN-REDD Programme in these key areas:
- National Forest Monitoring Systems and for REDD+ and Forest Reference Emission Levels and/or Forest Reference Levels (FREL/FRL)
- REDD+ safeguards
- Multiple benefits
- National REDD+ governance
- Green Economy
- Stakeholder engagement
- Knowledge management