The World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are FCPF Delivery Partners under the Readiness Fund and responsible for providing REDD+ readiness support services to distinct countries. While the World Bank was initially the only eligible Delivery Partner for the FCPF Readiness Fund, the Participants Committee (PC) at its ninth meeting in June 2011 approved IDB and UNDP to serve as Delivery Partners under the Readiness Fund.
UNDP is the Delivery Partner for:
Cambodia, Central African Republic Honduras,
Panama, Paraguay, Papua New Guinea, and Suriname.
IDB is the Delivery Partner for:
Guyana, Guatemala, and Peru.
UNDP is the Delivery Partner for Cambodia, Central African Republic, Honduras, Panama, Paraguay, Papua New Guinea, and Suriname.
IDB is the Delivery Partner for Guyana, Guatemala, and Peru.
To ensure a uniform set of safeguard standards, the Common Approach to Environmental and Social Safeguards for Multiple Delivery Partners was approved at the ninth FCPF PC meeting. The Common Approach is designed to provide the World Bank and the Multiple Delivery Partners with a common platform for risk management and quality assurance in the REDD+ Readiness Preparation process. The approach is fully aligned with the World Bank's applicable policies and procedures on environmental and social safeguards, disclosure of information, and grievance and accountability mechanisms.
- Transfer Agreement with Delivery Partners under the FCPF: UNDP and IDB
- Common Approach FAQs (English, French, Spanish)
- Task Force on Designing a Common Approach
- Relevant PC/PA Resolutions
- Common Approach to Environmental and Social Safeguards
- Submissions from Delivery Partners
- Independent assessment on the background information of Delivery Partners on Environmental and Social Safeguard Policies and Procedures