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CERDA: Ensuring effective participation of indigenous people in global & national REDD+ processes

General Information Profile Key Results

Location: North of Vietnam

Start date: October- 2009

Duration: One year, 2009-2010

Funding: Norwegian Agency for Development Co-operation (NORAD)

Executive Agency: TEBTEBBA - Indigenous People’ International Centre for Policy and Education, Baguio, Philippine

Implementing Agency: Centre of Research and Development in Upland areas (CERDA)

Objective:
Objective 1: To gather and present data on the drivers of deforestation; and existing national laws and policies on forests, land tenure, indigenous peoples and their rights, climate change and REDD+.
Objective 2: To present and analyze the processes and mechanisms of designing in the piloting phase, implementing, monitoring and evaluating REDD+ and private stakeholders programs, activities and initiatives that directly affect indigenous peoples and their forests
Objective 3: To identify issues and challenges on the REDD+ programs that affects indigenous peoples and their rights
Objective 4: To identify the various actions and responses to these issues and challenges and to demonstrate how these are undertaken
Objective 5: To offer/provide recommendations on how to address these issues and challenges that affects the forests and the indigenous peoples

Status: Completed

Project number: GLO-4248 GLO 09/750

Focal point/Contact person: 

       
Vu Thi Hien
        Director
        Centre of Research & Development in Upland Area (CERDA)
        Room 801, Agriculture Bank Block, 
        Alley 106/10, Lane 106, Hoang Quoc Viet str., Hanoi, Vietnam 
        Tell: (+84) 4 62690174; Fax: (+84) 4 62690848
        Email: tranvuhientk@yahoo.com and cerdahn@gmail.com
        Mobile: 0913039718 or 0975790816


 

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