What we do

The EU REDD Facility supports countries in testing strategic and innovative solutions to inform the design, implementation and monitoring of REDD+ policies and zero-deforestation commitments. The Facility collaborates with a broad range of stakeholders in the public and private sectors and civil society organisations to contribute to subnational, national, EU and international policy-making. Our work at the interface of REDD+ and FLEGT processes addresses topics related to land-use governance, tenure and agricultural drivers of deforestation.

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Addressing direct and indirect drivers of deforestation and forest degradation requires dealing effectively with weak land-use governance. Read more


Clarity of tenure provides communities that depend on forests with an incentive to manage forests sustainably and to contribute to better land-use planning. Read more

Production of agricultural commodities sold on international markets – such as beef, palm oil, soy and rice – is a leading cause of deforestation worldwide. Read more



  Drawing on experience to develop REDD+ benefit sharing in the Republic of the Congo

  Linking REDD+ and FLEGT at the provincial level in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

  Fostering South-south cooperation with Brazil in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

  Making information on FLEGT and REDD+ more accessible in the Republic of the Congo

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  Building a mapping alliance for inclusive and transparent land-use planning in Cameroon

  Empowering upland communities to manage forests in Vietnam

  Opportunities for improving land tenure and land-use rights in Indonesia

  Supporting a local cooperative to secure long-term REDD+ investment in DRC

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  Mapping financial flows to support REDD+ efforts in Côte d'Ivoire

  Unlocking supply-chain data to reduce deforestation: Trase

  Engaging with smallholder cocoa farmers to develop deforestation-free supply chains in Côte d'Ivoire

  Unlocking finance for land-use mitigation and adaptation

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