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Clotide Ngomba,
Coordinator Congo Basin Forest Fund
 

Elifuraha Laltaika, Indigenous Peoples Representative to the UN-REDD Programme Policy Board

 
 
 
Governance

Good and efficient governance of forest resources and the distribution of benefits will be central to the success of REDD+. The UN-REDD Programme has already begun its support to pilot countries starting to establish governance systems for REDD+, through national UN-REDD Programmes. Under these capacity building efforts for REDD+ readiness, the Programme is supporting governance interventions that governments and national stakeholders have identified as priorities, such as:

  • Stakeholder consultation and participation in REDD+ planning and implementation.
  • Cross-sectoral coordination in REDD+ planning and implementation.
  • Legislative review towards reform and enforcement.

These activities are initial steps to build transparent and accountable national REDD+ systems and processes.