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Governance findings in the Country Needs Assessment

Governance findings in the Country Needs Assessment (Version 1.0)

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Presentation by Thais Linhares-Juvenal, senior officer of the UN-REDD Programme Secretariat. It presents results of the 22 country needs assessments carried out by UN-REDD and the Forest Caron Partnership Facility. These studies aimed to scope out country priority needs in the context of REDD+ readiness. The results revealed that 80% of the 22 countries surveyed prioritised three governance areas: legal frameworks, benefit sharing and institutional strengthening and reforms. Regional perspectives on governance priorities varied: Asian and Latin American REDD+ countries emphasised the importance of benefit sharing, whereas African countries prioritised institutional strengthening, coordination mechanisms and legal frameworks.
Years: 2012
Tags: forest governance redd agenda legal reform
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Presentation by Thais Linhares-Juvenal, senior officer of the UN-REDD Programme Secretariat. It presents results of the 22 country needs assessments carried out by UN-REDD and the Forest Caron Partnership Facility. These studies aimed to scope out country priority needs in the context of REDD+ readiness. The results revealed that 80% of the 22 countries surveyed prioritised three governance areas: legal frameworks, benefit sharing and institutional strengthening and reforms. Regional perspectives on governance priorities varied: Asian and Latin American REDD+ countries emphasised the importance of benefit sharing, whereas African countries prioritised institutional strengthening, coordination mechanisms and legal frameworks.
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