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MRV in Tanzania

Following the latest UN-REDD Programme workshop on monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) in Tanzania, coordination of MRV activities is currently underway in the country.


Tanzania’s MRV progress is a good example of how integration between local institutional actors, global initiatives and donors can yield promising results. Following a first mapping of the country’s actors and activities in MRV, a consultation on behalf of the Tanzanian government was carried-out to streamline respective MRV work plans. This harmonization will avoid duplication and will create synergies in all the MRV initiatives happening in Tanzania to enhance the MRV framework between all existing and ongoing initiatives.

Tanzania’s programme has successfully managed to get an update for sub-national as well as national REDD+ initiatives throughout the country. FAO is supporting the creation of a robust team on MRV to work with Tanzania’s UN-REDD Project Coordinator. The objective is to lead the implementation process to develop strong monitoring and reporting systems. The work will include linkages between the UN-REDD Programme and the National Forest Inventory (NAFORMA) for Tanzania, with the strong technical backing of the MRV Team at FAO headquarters in Rome.

 
In this issue

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Joint Response to Oslo Conference REDD+ Partnership Proposal

Brazzaville Declaration Reaffirms Central Africa’s Commitment to REDD+

Forest Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and REDD+

UN-REDD & Brazil’s INPE: Building Forest Monitoring Capacities

MRV in Tanzania

UN-REDD at the UNPFII
Features & Commentary

A REDD+ Partnership Based on the Rights of Forest Communities: Myth or Reality for the Future? By: Pacifique Mukumba Isumbisho

REDD+ in Ecuador: Ensuring Social and Environmental Co-Benefits By: Daniela Carrión

Safeguarding Multiple-Benefits By: Wahida Patwa-Shah & Linda Rosengren
Reports & Analysis

Ecosystem Co-Benefits Workshop in Cambridge

CIFOR Releases “Realising REDD+”

UN-REDD/FAO to Publish National Forest MRV System Recommendations
Looking ahead

32nd Session of the UNFCCC Convention UN-REDD Side Event
3 June 2010: Bonn, Germany

World Environment Day
5 June 2010: (UN-REDD represented in Rwanda & Geneva)

23rd Session of the Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission
9-11 June 2010, Bhutan

Forestry Carbon Markets & REDD Conference
10-11 June 2010, Washington, D.C.

18th Commonwealth Forestry Conference
28 June - 2 July 2010, Edinburgh, Scotland
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