Our impact

10 years of successfully working with countries to achieve climate and forest goals

30+

 

countries have advanced their national REDD+ strategies or action plans, including 17 that have finalized and adopted these strategic documents.

40

 

countries were supported in the development of national forest monitoring systems (NFMS). 22 countries have been supported to develop national web portals for their NFMS. 

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15

 

countries supported with their country approaches to meeting UNFCCC social and environmental safeguards requirements.

countries made progress in designing their national SIS and are moving towards operationalization.

23


UN-REDD Partner Countries made positive strides in integrating gender equality and women’s empowerment principles within nationally-led REDD+ action in 2017.

70%

 

of the 34 countries that submitted forest reference emission levels to the UNFCCC have received support from the UN-REDD Programme.

100+

 

projects have been implemented in the six pilot countries for community-based REDD+ (CBR+).
 

2,000+

 

REDD+ practitioners have been trained through the REDD+ Academy initiative and in-person technical trainings. 

 
Leading the path

 

Working with 65 partner countries across Asia and the Pacific, Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean, the Programme has supported countries that are leading the path to achieve reductions in emissions from deforestation.

Ecuador

The country became the second country, after Brazil, to complete all requirements under the Warsaw Framework for REDD+. Since 2012, the country has reported emission reductions of over 28 MMTCO2 and in 2017 became the first country to receive Green Climate Fund co-financing to implement REDD+ policies and measures.

Mexico

The country launched the world's first fully operational Safeguards Information System (SIS). The SIS is online and staff operating the system, at national and state levels, have been trained in its use.

Sri Lanka

A major step toward implementing REDD+ was made by Sri Lanka in 2017: the country launched an online geo-portal that assembles and disseminates forest-related data and analysis with the aim of reducing threats to the country's forests and enhancing their preservation.

 

This resource is made possible through support from Denmark, Japan, Luxembourg, Norway, Spain, Switzerland and the European Union.

 

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