The REDD+ Partnership serves as an interim platform for its partner countries to scale up actions and finance for initiatives to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) in developing countries.
To that effect, the Partnership aims to take immediate action, including improving the effectiveness, efficiency, transparency and coordination of REDD+ initiatives and financial instruments, to facilitate among other things knowledge transfer, capacity enhancement, mitigation actions and technology development and transfer. See REDD+ Partnership document.
This website holds information on the work of the Partnership, its aims and progress, and key documents, including the outcomes of Partnership meetings and workshops.
The REDD+ Partnership is open to all countries willing to support or undertake REDD+ actions.
The next Partnership Meeting will take place at the Sheraton Hotel in Lima, Peru on the 27 and 28 of November. An agenda will be available shortly. African and SIDS Partners please note that the pre-sessional meetings of the UNFCCC for these groups have also been scheduled on the same days.
The first global Partnership Meeting in 2014 was held on June 9, in Bonn, Germany. The documents for the meeting are available here.
An African Regional Workshop took place in Accra, Ghana on the 8-9 May. The Co-Chairs summary for the meeting and presentations made are available here.
Voluntary REDD Database (VRD) UPDATE
The VRD Team is pleased to announce that the results of the 2013 Questionnaire for financing, actions, and results are now available, and can be accessed through the new voluntary REDD+ Database website: http://reddplusdatabase.org/.
The 2014 Questionnaire is out and Partners and Contributors are requested to submit their information by October 31.
The REDD+ Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of the second analytic report: “Towards Transparency in Public Financing for REDD+: An analysis of data submitted to the Voluntary REDD+ Database 2013”
The report features a comprehensive analysis of the data reported to the Voluntary REDD+ Database and builds from a first analytic report undertaken for the REDD+ Partnership in 2012, incorporating additional data submitted by Partners and institutions during the 2013 data collection round. The paper is based on data submissions from both funders and recipients of REDD+ finance. It features global and regional analyses of REDD+ financing and includes in-depth sections on multilateral financial flows, as well as on funding reported to the database for the fast-start finance period (2010 to 2012). The analysis was undertaken for the REDD+ Partnership by the VRD Team.
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