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12-04-15 -- Hoy oficialmente se dio inicio a ONU-REDD Colombia, un programa conjunto de la Organización de Naciones Unidas que combina la experiencia de tres de sus agencias FAO, PNUD, PNUMA, el Ministerio de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sostenible y el IDEAM, con la participación de actores involucrados incluyendo organizaciones sociales indígenas, afrocolombianas y campesinas.

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12-04-15 --The UN-REDD National Programme was officially launched today in Colombia, after the approval of the first annual plan by the Steering Committee, National Programme partners including the Colombian Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MADS) and the Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies (IDEAM), and the three UN-REDD Programme agencies (UNDP, UNEP and FAO), with the active participation of indigenous peoples and afro-Colombian organizations.

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In the UN-REDD Programme's September 2013 issue, get highlights from the recent REDD+ Talks in New York as well as REDD+ updates from Cambodia, Costa Rica, Peru and Solomon Islands. Also get details the UN-REDD Programme's work on Measuring, Reporting and Verification and Stakeholder Engagement.

New Photos from "Cambodia REDD+ Consultation Group Selection Process Workshop" from Cambodia's Gallery are available on the Asia-Pacific webpage. See photos from Indonesia, Mongolia, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Viet Nam, and Regional Activities, and other updates on the Programme in the Asia-Pacific  webpage, click here.

The validation workshop for the RPP and the progress towards the preparation of the UN-REDD programme in Colombia was held from 9 to 10 May in Bogota, Colombia. 107 representatives attended the workshop from the government sector, indigenous people, local councils, afro-descendant organizations, non-governmental organizations and other donors.

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Planning meeting of the South South Knowledge Exchange on national REDD+ funds to take place on May 31, in Bonn. The meeting is co-organized by the UN-REDD Programme and the FCPF with the participation of representatives of national REDD+ funds and Ministries of Environment from Brazil, Colombia, DRC. Ethiopia, Indonesia and Vietnam. See meeting agenda and concept note of knowledge exchange series

In September and October several important events took place under the Cambodia UN-REDD National Programme.  A 3-day workshop was organized in Phnom Penh with more than 150 participants from Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples organizations. Here, two representatives of the UN-REDD Programme Executive Board (PEB) were selected and they met with the other members at the 2nd PEB on 3 October. Discussions focused on the roles and functions of the Consultation Group, expected to provide review and comments on the decisions made by the REDD+ Taskforce. The REDD+ Taskforce, formed by government representatives from 9 different agencies, met for the first time at the end of September. More on Cambodia.

The UN-REDD Programme will host an international workshop on 26 June, 2012 in Santa Marta, Colombia, to solicit feedback on the preliminary findings of the Programme's joint country needs assessment with the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility. Download the English version of the preliminary country needs assessment report. French and Spanish versions of the report will be available here next week.

As per an inter-sessional decision of the Policy Board on 11 August 2010, Colombia joined the UN-REDD Programme as a partner country.

In the August issue of the UN-REDD Programme newsletter, we welcome Bangladesh, Bhutan, Central African Republic, Colombia and Guatemala as new partners to the Programmel highlight recent UN-REDD support to REDD+ readiness activities in Latin America; and report on the outcomes of our governance side event at the August Climate Change talks in Bonn.

Bangladesh, Bhutan, Central African Republic, Colombia and Guatemala recently expressed formal interest in joining the UN-REDD programme as partner countries. 

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