Preparatory workshop of the 18 December Civil Society Day within the framework of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP).
Kindly download: POSITION NOTE OF CIVIL SOCIETY ACTORS ON REDD+
Saturday, 2 November 2019, End and closing of the preparatory workshop of the 18 December Civil Society Day held within the framework of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP).
For five days, the civil society actors of the Central African sub-region together diagnosed the full range of issues affecting the environment and forest resources in the Congo Basin. Several themes were discussed such as forest conversion and the associated impacts, participatory forestry, climate change, REDD+ and carbon markets, land grab and securing the tenure rights of local and indigenous peoples, disaster management, transhumance, biodiversity and security, non-timber forest products and other emerging issues.
During the five-day discussions, the participants also put forward project ideas and position notes to be elaborated upon and presented on 18 December 2019 during the Civil Society Day.
It is worth noting that the issue of resource mobilization and autonomy of civil society was also discussed.
These themes will fuel discussions on 18 December with several partners participating in addition to the new CBFP Facilitation which will get an idea of emerging trends within civil society in the Basin.
Please download the following PDF Documents:
- TERMES DE REFERENCES DE L'ATELIER PRÉPARATOIRE Douala.pdf (342.9 KiB)
- COMMUNIQUE FINAL ATELIER PREPARATOIRE DE LA JOURNEE DU 18 DECEMBRE 2019 DU CSC DU PFBC du 29 Octobre au 02 Novembre 2019.pdf (490.8 KiB)
- Communiqué final 10ème SGTAPFS_KigaliVF_corrigée.pdf (479.1 KiB)
- NOTE DE POSITION REDD+ ÉLABORÉE LORS DES TRAVAUX PRÉPARATOIRES DE LA JSCV tenus du 29 octobre au 2 novembre 2019 à Douala.pdf (636.9 KiB)
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