Zambia Announcements

Why are transparency and accountability so important for REDD+ ? How can anti corruption commissions, national REDD+ teams, civil society and indigenous peoples address corruption risks in REDD+ in the Afrin context ? A regional workshop to "Strenghten Transparency and Accountability for REDD+ in Africa" is organized in Lusaka, Zambia on 24-26 April to find collecticave answers to these questions. Read more

 UN-REDD Programme and PACDE, together with UNDP Zambia, organize a workshop on "Strengthening Transparency and Accountability for REDD+ in Africa" in Lusaka 24-26 April 2012. More details to come.The

In the UN-REDD Programme's August 2011 issue, read about the five UN-REDD partner countries now entering into implementation; the Policy Board’s endorsement of the UN-REDD Global Programme Framework document which provides a roadmap for global-level support to National Programmes; as well as progress updates on Indonesia, Nigeria and Zambia’s REDD+ efforts. Readers can also learn more on the UN-REDD Programme’s work in the area of gender and REDD+.

Informational leaflets on MRV for REDD+ in Tanzania and Zambia are now available. There are leaflets on the "ABC of MRV" (for Tanzania and Zambia) as well as on" Key issues in MRV for REDD+" (for Tanzania and Zambia). More general information on Tanzania and Zambia's country pages.

 

The Zambia REDD+ Team organized a national REDD+ Orientation Workshop 27-29 June 2011. The first day dealt with climate change and forest related topics while the second day consisted of presentations on REDD readiness and REDD+ initiatives and views from around the world. The third day of the workshop revolved around REDD+ in Zambia, including Zambia's initiatives related to REDD+ and its REDD+ process. Read more about the workshop.

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The UN-REDD Programme and the Government of Zambia  organized a three-day REDD+ Orientation Workshop for a broad range of stakeholders, including government, NGOs, community representatives and academics. The workshop was held in Lusaka from 27-29 June to increase understanding on REDD+ and multi-stakeholder engagement and dialogue around REDD+. More details on the Zambia Stakeholder engagement page

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The UN-REDD Programme and the Government of Zambia are organized a three-day REDD+ Orientation Workshop on REDD+ for a broad range of stakeholders, including government, NGOs, community representatives and academics. The workshop, held in Lusaka from 27-29 June, aimed to increase understanding on REDD+ as well as foster multi-stakeholder engagement and dialogue around REDD+. Read an article about the workshop to find out more details, and check out Zambia's stakeholder engagement page for more information.

A joint UN-REDD mission is taking place May 9-13 2011 in Lusaka, Zambia. Contact Josep Gari for more details.

These preliminary analyses are based on regional and global data. They represent a first step in exploring the potential for co-benefits of carbon management for climate change mitigation under REDD+ in Zambia. See the map here

The Climate Change & National Forestry Programme workshop will take place in Kabwe, Zambia on 27-28 April 2011. The objective is to identify priority action needs related to sustainable forest management in the context of climate change in national forest policy and practice whose implementation can be supported by the FAO Finland Programme in the period 2010-2012. Read more

The Climate Change & National Forestry Programme workshop will take place in Kabwe, Zambia on 27-28 April 2011. The objective is to identify priority action needs related to sustainable forest management in the context of climate change in national forest policy and practice whose implementation can be supported by the FAO Finland Programme in the period 2010-2012. Read more

As of 20 September 2010 all signatures from the Government of Zambia and UN agencies have been gathered on the Zambia UN-REDD Programme Document, signaling the beginning of the next steps for the release of funds and programme implementation.

On 11 August 2010 national stakeholders in Zambia reviewed the revised final UN-REDD Programme document and the response report that details the UN-REDD team responses to the issues raised by the Policy Board and the national validation meeting. More about the Zambia UN-REDD Programme

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