Asia Regional Workshop on Linking Local REDD+ Initiatives with National REDD+ Strategies, Jakarta, Indonesia - June 2-4, 2014

The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility & Indonesia Ministry of Forestry in collaboration with CIFOR organized a Regional Workshop on “Linking Local REDD+ Initiatives to National REDD+ Strategies” in Jakarta, Indonesia on June 2 - 4, 2014. The workshop investigated the role of pilot projects within national REDD+ strategies and  the participants shared lessons from developing and implementing pilot projects and formulating national REDD+ Strategies. The workshop brought together representatives from 12 countries (Bhutan, Cambodia, Fiji, Indonesia, Kenya, Lao PDR, Nepal,  Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Vanuatu, Vietnam, and Zambia,) implementing REDD+ activities and pilot projects on the ground. 

 

Workshop Summary Report

  •  Linking Local REDD+ Experiences to National REDD+ Strategies (English)

 

Workshop Resources

 

Workshop Documents

  • Introduction
    • World Bank presentation (English)
    • Introduction: Typology of land use programs (English)
    • Workshop objectives, & key findings from 2013 South-South Exchange workshop held in Hawassa, Ethiopia for FCPF countries in Africa (English)
  • Session 1
    • Indonesia’s REDD+ strategy development (English)
    • Overview of REDD pilot programs in Indonesia (English)
    • Berau Jurisdictional Pilot Programme (English)
    • Sustainable Landscapes Partnership (English)
  • Session 2
    • Nepal’s national strategy development and proposal to Carbon Fund (English)
    • Vietnam’s experience with national strategy and pilot projects (English)
  • Session 4
    • Cambodia: The Oddar Meanchey experience (English)
    • Kenya: Kasigau I and II projects (English)
    • Potential for private sector engagement in Forestry/REDD+ in Indonesia (English)
  • Session 5
    • Ethiopia’s experience in designing the Oromia pilot program (English)
    • Zambia’s experience in designing a jurisdictional landscape program (English)
  • Session 6
    • Kenya’s experiences linking pilots to the national strategy (English)
    • Indonesia: Providing guidance for pilot programs (English)