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Forest Governance Facilitator in Democratic Republic of Congo and Republic of Congo

The European Forest Institute has published a tender to facilitate forest governance in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Republic of Congo.

Call for tender: Forest Governance Facilitator in Democratic Republic of Congo and Republic of Congo

The European Forest Institute has issued a call to facilitate the forest governance in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Republic of Congo.

Sharing benefits and burdens in forest policy and REDD+

The EU REDD Facility shared its experience and insight on framing benefit-sharing in the Congo basin at a side event at the UN Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru, on 9 December. Presenters...

Content: Transparency and access to information

Transparency and access to information A lack of information on the management of natural resources and commodity flows is one of the factors driving corruption, illegal activities and...

Content: Effective multistakeholder processes

Effective multistakeholder processes Multistakeholder participatory processes are fundamental to good land-use governance. For complex issues such as natural resource management, where there...

Content: Republic of the Congo

Republic of the Congo About 65% of the Republic of the Congo is covered in dense rainforest. It has a large area of forest (approximately 22 million hectares) and a low historical rate of...

Challenges and lessons learnt in framing REDD+ benefit-sharing in the Congo Basin

Content of the presentation 1. General context of benefit-sharing in the Congo Basin 2. Framing benefit-sharing at jurisdictional level: the case of DRC 3. Channeling benefits to communities:...

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