Home page banner
Follow us on
YouTube RSS Twitter Blogger Blogger
Video: REDD as part of the solution
Global Support to Partner Countries
The UN-REDD Programme supports national REDD+ readiness efforts in two ways: (i) direct support to the design and implementation of UN-REDD National Programmes; and (ii) complementary support to national REDD+ action through common approaches, analyses, methodologies, tools, data and best practices developed through the UN-REDD Global Programme. By June 2014, total funding for these two streams of support to countries totaled US$195.7 million.

Support from the UN-REDD Global Programme is delivered to partner countries through seven integrated work areas:

Targeted Support

Countries may also request Targeted Support to fund specific REDD+ readiness activities.

Targeted Support status update, 24 November 2014
Number of individual countries with targeted support: 36 
+ Regional support to the Pacific Islands

  • Countries without National Programmes: 17
  • Countries with National Programmes: 19

Total amount approved:

US$ 13,400,000

Total amount approved by region

      Africa (11 countries) US$ 2,900,000
      Asia Pacific (13 countries) US$ 6,300,000
      Latin America (12 countries) US$ 4,200,000

Procedures for Accessing UN-REDD Programme Targeted Support
English - Français - Español

Voluntary form for requesting targeted support
English - Français - Español

Submission of requests
Requests for targeted support should be addressed to the UN-REDD Programme Secretariat:

Mr. Mario Boccucci,
Head, UN-REDD Programme Secetariat
International Environment House
11-13 Chemin des Anémones
CH-1219 Chatelaine, Geneva, Switzerland
Email: un-redd@un-redd.org

Regional Support to Partner Countries
The UN-REDD Programme supports 56 countries across Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean in their REDD+ readiness efforts. 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.
Credit: Jim Ball
Credit: Jim Ball
Credit: Jim Ball
Guatemala Honduras Costa Rica Suriname  Côte d'Ivoire Ghana Panama