The EU REDD Facility supports developing countries in improving land-use governance as part of their efforts to slow, halt and reverse deforestation. The Facility contributes to the overall EU effort to reduce its impact on deforestation in developing countries. Read more about the Facility and its work.
We collaborate with key national and international stakeholders in the public and private sectors and civil society organisations to contribute to local, national, European and international policy-making on land-use governance and REDD+. Read more
We are active in six countries: Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Indonesia, Republic of the Congo and Vietnam. We follow-up on interactions between REDD+ and FLEGT processes in Guyana, Honduras and Laos. Read more
In many tropical countries there is active engagement with both REDD+ and FLEGT. This provides an opportunity to build on the interactions between the two processes and make better progress on delivering the objectives of both. Read more