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The UN-REDD Programme’s Policy Board agreed in an inter-sessional decision in June to welcome Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Honduras, Mongolia, Pakistan and Peru as partners of the Programme and official observers to the UN-REDD Programme Policy Board. These countries join the Programme’s 29 existing partner countries across Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and Latin America, and the Caribbean. Read more.

To date, 13 UN-REDD Programme partner countries have presented National Programmes to the Policy Board and have been allocated a total of US$55.4 million in funding. New partner countries can benefit from receiving support from the Global Programme and knowledge sharing, which is facilitated by the UN-REDD Programme’s online community of practice. Partner countries will also have official observer status at UN-REDD Programme Policy Board meetings. In addition, they may be invited to submit a funding request to receive funding for a National Programme in the future if selected through a set of criteria to prioritize funding for new countries approved by the Policy Board.

Country pages have been created for the new partners. Please click on the country you would like to read more about and you will be directed to their page: Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Honduras, Mongolia, Pakistan and Peru.

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