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28 April 2015

News: Zambia Vice-President Leads High-Level National Dialogue on REDD+ Strategy. Read.


28 April 2015

Report: Zambia’s Forest Ecosystems Contribute US$ 1.3 Billion to National Economy, Higher than Previously Thought. News release and report download.


16 April 2015

New Partner Countries: The UN-REDD Programme is pleased to announce that Burkina Faso and El Salvador have become the 59th and 60th Partner Countries of the Programme.


14 April 2015

Colombia has launched its UN-REDD National Programme / Inicia Programa Nacional Conjunto ONU-REDD en Colombia. Read


13 April 2015

FAO and Norway to help developing countries monitor forest resources: Norway and FAO have signed a NOK 35m (approximately US$ 4.5m) partnership agreement to improve the capacity of developing countries to monitor and report on their forest resources and changes in forest area. Read


10 April 2015

New REDD+ knowledge hub and community launched: The UN-REDD Programme is pleased to announce the release of its upgraded Online Collaborative Workspace. This new knowledge platform will enable REDD+ practitioners from around the globe to connect with each other, share and access REDD+ knowledge, and build the skills necessary to implement REDD+. Join today.


10 April 2015

Newsletter: April/May 2015 issue of The REDD+ Resource, the bi-monthly newsletter of the UN-REDD Programme is available. Read


9 April 2015

Call for Proposals for Community Based REDD+ Projects in Panama the Democratic Republic of the Congo:  Proposals are now being accepted from national applications for CBR+ projects in  Panama until 31 May and in DRC until 31 July 2015. Read more


 1 April 2015

Cambodia and Sri Lanka become first countries to launch Community-based REDD+. Read more



UN-REDD Programme Regions and Partner Countries

Click any of the red or blue countries below for progress updates on the UN-REDD Programme’s 60 partner countries across Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean.

UN-REDD Programme regional teams operate in all three of these areas to help coordinate efforts across countries in the region and liaise with other regional teams to ensure all countries in the UN-REDD Programme can benefit from knowledge sharing and important lessons learned.

More about regional activities here: Africa | Asia-Pacific | Latin America and the Caribbean

Argentina Mongolia Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Bhutan Myanmar Lao Peoples' Democratic Republic Cambodia Viet Nam Malaysia Malaysia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Philippines Philippines Tunisia Morocco Côte d'Ivoire Ghana Benin Nigeria Cameroon Gabon Congo (the) Central African Republic (the) Democratic Republic of the Congo (the) Uganda South Sudan Sudan (the) Ethiopia Kenya  United Republic of Tanzania (the) Zambia Zambia Zimbabwe Madagascar Sri Lanka Mexico Guatemala Honduras Costa Rica Panama Ecuador Colombia Guyana Suriname Peru Chile Argentina Paraguay Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Malawi Guinea Bissau Equatorial Guinea Chad Fiji Togo Liberia



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