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Written by rissa
  • Type: Report/Publication, Global Publication
  • Source: SGP
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  • Focal Areas: Biodiversity, Sustainable Forest Management
  • Priority Groups: Indigenous Peoples, Women, Youth
  • Countries: Cambodia, Congo Dem. Republic, Nigeria, Panama, Paraguay, Sri Lanka
  • Region: Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean
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This publication summarizes the experiences and lessons learned from 6 participating CBR+ countries during the pilot phase (Nigeria, DRC, Panama, Paraguay, Sri Lanka and Cambodia). A case study from each country represents a notable strategy for implementing REDD+ at the local level. These case studies, featuring action from the ground up, have demonstrated the importance of investing in Indigenous Peoples, young people, women, and other marginalized groups affected by climate change. These initiatives highlight the need to ensure that forest governance is participatory and inclusive, based on genuine partnerships and synergies with a wide range of stakeholders, and respect for local culture and traditions.
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