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UN-REDD+ Lam Dong strengthened and raised awareness about REDD+, climate change and forest management and protection task for women at Ta Nang commune and Tu Tra commune in PRAP implementation

Propaganda workshopping about function of forest, REDD+, climate change and forest management and protection task is regular work of Lam Dong PPMU

In 2 days June 15th and June 17th 2016, UN-REDD+ Lam Dong PPMU cooperated with Provincial Women Union and Forest protection Division to celebrate 02 workshops to raise up awareness about REDD+, climate change, forest management and protection for members of Women Union in Ta Nang commune, Duc Trong district and To Tra commune, Don Duong district which are priority area of Lam Dong PRAP implementation in 2016.

This is an activity to propagandize, raise awareness, function and responsibility of women officers, members in Ta Nang and Tu Tra communes with local forest management and protection, from then raise up responsibility of community to reduce deforestation and forest degradation, sustainable forest resources management, reserve and increase carbon stock, biodiversity, cope with climate change, improve livelihood and sustainable forest development.                      Each workshop was organized in 01 day, the attendances listened, discussed and shared about REDD+, climate change and coping with climate change, function of women in forest management and protection to reduce deforestation and forest degradation. They highly agreed with forest protection law implementation and they will proactively mobilize all members of the society to follow.

With total of 111 attendances (97 female, 87%), this will be an important factor to promote function of women in forest management and protection, at the same time contribute to REDD+ activities implementation at the local areas which were approved in PRAP.

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