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Cerda presentation (bonn. 6.2011)

  1. 1. Developing Indigenous-Sensitve and Gender-sensitve Monitoringand Reportng Tools and Intrument in the REDD+ pilot project Bonn – UNFCCC 8th June 2011 Presented by Vu Thi Hien Centre of Research & Development in Upland Area (CERDA) – Vietnam
  2. 2. “Pilot of capacity building for ethnic minority community’s readiness for REDD Plusin Binh Long commune, Vo Nhai district, Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam”Project area: Binh Long commune, Vo Nhai district, Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam Target groups: ethnic minorities, women Duration: 6.2008-5.2011
  3. 3. As a part of The project “Ensuring rights protecton, enhancing efectve partcipaton of and securing fair benefts for indigenous in REDD Plus Policies and Programmes” Funded by NORAD In partnership with Tebtebba, PhilippineImplemented in 10 countries including Nepal, Indonesia, Viet Nam, Cameroon, Kenya, Peru, Philippine, Mexico, Brazil and Nicaragua.
  4. 4. REDD+ pilot project area – Binh Long commune• Mountainous area, Northen Vietnam – Ethnic minorites – High poverty rate and unsustainable income – Forest exhausted, low income from mono-culture plantaton forest – Local people heavily impacted by climate change: draught, damaging cold, unfavourable weather for agriculture and livestocke, flood, soil erosion – Ethnic minority groups are stll unable to overcome problems and poverty even with government’s eforts
  5. 5. Forest situaton
  6. 6. What is the project goal? “Ethnic minorites in the pilot areas areready to the REDD Plus program with full partcipaton and fair benefts;The results of the pilot shared at natonal level for development of carbon/REDD+based policies and a tool for beter forest management in upland areas in Vietnam”
  7. 7. Strategies/principles local level implementaton?• Criteria of REDD+ (biodiversity, carbon stock and sustainable forest management)• Social and environment safeguards ―FPIC ―Recognize and respect traditonal knowledge and customary laws ―Relevant policies and rights implemented efectvely in reality ―Land ternue• MRV, recourse mechnism• Equal beneft sharing
  8. 8. Approaches— Landscape approaches (REDD+; livelihood …)— Insttutonal development based on traditonal insttuton and culture like groups of households and its network - promote co-operaton among individual householdes— Capacity building for ethnic minority (indigenous people) to become self–reliance by training key local villagers who can work independently and provide technical services, informaton related to REDD+, forestry, livelihood, market …. for local people and MRV implementaton— Networking
  9. 9. Local level FPIC and Monitoring?
  10. 10. Awareness raising in CC and REDD for district, commune authorites and heads of villages
  11. 11. Discussion with district, commune authoritesand village heads on drivers of deforestaton and forest degradaton, forest situaton, solutons for REDD+
  12. 12. Awareness raising in CC and REDD and drivers of forest degradaton and deforestaton with villagers and women at village level
  13. 13. Research on the role of ethnic minoritywomen in traditonal forest management and forest management by traditonal knowledge and customary laws
  14. 14. Discussion on designing of insttuton, structure of implementaton REDD+ with district and commune authorites
  15. 15. Discussion on designing of insttuton, structureof implementaton REDD+ with heads of villages
  16. 16. Consultaton on insttuton, structure ofimplementaton REDD+ with villagers and women
  17. 17. Training workshops on democracy rightsaccording to Grassroot Democracy Ordinance for commune and village leaders
  18. 18. Discussion on designing of beneft distributonsystem, system of MRV, recourse system with district, commune authorites and village heads
  19. 19. Consultaton on beneft distributon system, MRV system and recourse mechnism with villagers
  20. 20. Discussion on optonal scenarios for REDD+implementaton with members of management boards of co-opperatve at commune level
  21. 21. Ethnic minority man and woman checkingprofle for issueing the forest land certfcate
  22. 22. Forestry–agriculture-livelihood actvites and market promoton: local people produce seedlings for forest plantaton, produce commodites (ginger, potatoe) and sell through sale-contract with companies, produce compost at home by by-products to reduce chemicals and conserve soil-
  23. 23. What has been done at natonal level andHow to contribute to developCarbon/REDD+ based policies at natonal level ?
  24. 24. At natonal level• Member of natonal REDD+ network• Member of REDD natonal technical sub- working groups: Local implementaton; MRV; Governance; Beneft distributon: partcipate in actvites relatng to REDD policy formulaton and sharing the results of the REDD+ pilot project at commune level with government agencies, internatonal NGOs, local NGOs and donors
  25. 25. At natonal level• Partcipate in natonal UN-REDD Program Management Unit: joining in the process of formulatng of policies on beneft distributon …
  26. 26. Co-chair with Vietnam Forest Administration on meetings todiscuss about benefit distribution system in Vietnam and sharing the institution and struture of implementing REDD+ and benefit distribution system at commune level from the REDD+ pilot project
  27. 27. Thank you very much for your atenton