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March 21, 2014
International Day of Forests
FAO
Guilherme Lacerda
Director - BNDES
Environment, Agriculture and Social I...
July 2009
 first projects were submitted
February 2014
 53 projects supported
 US$ 350 million in financial support
 U...
Fundraising
Position on 04.02.2014
US$
786 million
contracted
Donations
% Distribution
Norway;
96%
German/
KFW 3,5%
Petrob...
Amazon Fund Governance
How much can be raised?
How? For what?
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Territorial Scope of Projects Receiving Support
Fire Fighters – AC, MT, TO, PA and RO
Sustainable Settlements – IPAM and...
Amazon Fund’s supported projects
Evolution 2009-2014
Distrib. according to the manager
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89 projects in the portfolio (US$ 636 million) – 01.31.2014
CTA/RO
R$ 2,4
CTA/AC
R$ 2,8
Moradores
Santana
R$ 2,2
Imaflor...
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135,000 square kilometers of newly created Conservation Units (CUs)
13,972 participants in integrating events
15 million...
Communication and Transparency
41 News bulletins
65 Portfolio reports
4 Annual Reports (Portuguese and English)
2 Short fi...
Amazon Fund in REDD+ Context
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5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
19961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009...
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Brazil protects it. The world supports it. Everybody wins.
THANK YOU! GRAZIE!
TAKK! DANKE!
OBRIGADO!
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International Day of Forests - Amazon Fund

  1. 1. 1 March 21, 2014 International Day of Forests FAO Guilherme Lacerda Director - BNDES Environment, Agriculture and Social Infrastructure
  2. 2. July 2009  first projects were submitted February 2014  53 projects supported  US$ 350 million in financial support  US$ 100 million disbursed by the Amazon Fund Strategic resources for sustainable development in the Amazon Position on 31.02.2014
  3. 3. Fundraising Position on 04.02.2014 US$ 786 million contracted Donations % Distribution Norway; 96% German/ KFW 3,5% Petrobrás 0,5%
  4. 4. Amazon Fund Governance How much can be raised? How? For what?
  5. 5. 5 Territorial Scope of Projects Receiving Support Fire Fighters – AC, MT, TO, PA and RO Sustainable Settlements – IPAM and INCRA Project headquarters of UFPA Headquarters of New Social Mapping project – UEA Municipalities directly receiving support Municipalities receiving support form TNC and IMAZON Amazon Museum – MUSA Sustainable Forest Management – IFT (training center) CUs served by the Sustainable Amazon Foundation – FAS TIs served by the Kayapó Fund – CI Brasil CUs served by ARPA – Funbio and ICMBio Production Activities in Traditional Communities OTCA project: Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guiana, SurinameState governments – AC, AM, MA, PA and TO Amazon Biome
  6. 6. Amazon Fund’s supported projects Evolution 2009-2014 Distrib. according to the manager
  7. 7. 7 89 projects in the portfolio (US$ 636 million) – 01.31.2014 CTA/RO R$ 2,4 CTA/AC R$ 2,8 Moradores Santana R$ 2,2 Imaflora R$ 4,9 RECA R$ 4,5 Acre CAR R$ 16,8 Inst. Meio Ambiente MS R$ 16,4 TNC R$ 15,9 ASSEMA R$ 5,6 Alta Floresta II/MT R$ 7,1 Estado Mato Grosso R$ 35,0 Inpe R$ 71 Rio Terra R$ 9,1 Sema Tocantins R$ 40,5 Sepror/AM Agroecólogica R$ 14,9 Bombeiros do Pará R$ 16,8 Mamirauá R$ 8,5 OTCA R$ 23,7 Porto de Moz/PA R$ 0,3 WWF R$ 3,2 Estado do Amapá R$ 40,3 Estado do Pará R$ 82,4 Ibama Prevfogo R$ 14,7 PDSEAI/RO R$ 32,7 Opan R$ 6,4Agroter R$ 5,7 Seind Amazonas R$ 16,6 Cotriguaçu /MT R$ 2,9 IOV Sem. Portal II R$ 16,1 Orsa R$ 2,8 CCCE/AC R$ 5,1 ISA R$ 8 Vale do Amanhecer R$ 5,3 SOS Amazônia R$ 10 Pro-Natura R$ 12,4 ACT Brasil R$ 1,3 Estado do Maranhão R$ 20 Estado do Acre R$ 60 Alta Floresta/MT R$ 2,8 Estado do Amazonas R$ 20 Anapu/PA R$ 0,4 Bombeiros Mato Grosso R$ 12,6 Bombeiros de Rondônia R$ 15 Bombeiros do Tocantins R$ 5 Carlinda/MT R$ 1,9 FAS 2009-2013 R$ 19,1 Funbio Kayapó R$ 16,9 Fase R$ 9,3 FBB R$ 15 IBAM R$ 18,9 IFT R$ 7,4 Marcelândia /MT R$ 0,7 IPAM R$ 24,9 ISPN R$ 12,8 Jacundá/PA R$ 0,8 Musa R$ 8,5 Porto Gaúchos/MT R$ 0,1 Sema/PA R$ 15,9 SFB – IFN R$ 65 TNC Brasil R$ 16 UFPA NAEA/Fórum R$ 2,7 UFPA Biodiversidade R$ 4,6 UFPA Comp. Bio. R$ 1,4 UFPA Flor. Mangue R$ 2 UFPA Ilhas de Belém R$ 1,1 Imazon R$ 9,7 IOV Sem. Portal R$ 5,4 Bombeiros do Acre R$ 13,3 SEMA/BA R$ 29,4 Finep R$ 71 Total amount “Under Consultation”: US$ 148,37 million (R$ 360 milhões) Funbio ARPA Fase II R$ 20 Pro-Índio R$ 3,2 Peabiru R$ 2 UEA – Muraki Cart. Social R$ 4,6 Força Nacional R$ 32,9 Bombeiros de Roraima R$ 34,9 Funbio R$ 80 Est. Roraima R$ 34,3 ACTA R$ 5,5 FBB R$ 12 Under Consultation Under Analysis Supported Municipalities Federal Gov. NGOs Universities International States Legal Nature of the Executor Total amount “Under Analysis”: US$ 149,20 million (R$ 362 milhões) ICMBio R$ 60 Total “Apoiados”: R$ 671 milhões Total amount “Supported”: US$ 338,38 million (R$ 821 milhões) FOIRN R$ 5,8 C.T. Indigenista R$ 19,3 UBEE R$ 4,0 FAS R$ 43 CAR Mato Grosso R$ 76,4 TNC R$ 19,5 Ação Verde R$ 3,9 Ashaninka R$ 7,1 DEFAM in R$ millions
  8. 8. 8 135,000 square kilometers of newly created Conservation Units (CUs) 13,972 participants in integrating events 15 million hectares of property with geo-referenced mapping for CAR 12,569 households receiving payment for environmental services 31 state and municipal environmental agencies are now structured 84 Conservations Units (CUs) receiving federal and state support 5,265 people trained to practice sustainable economic activities R$ 62.7 million in support for projects to fight forest fires and illegal burn-offs 7,000 indigenous people benefited The Amazon Fund in figures Expected results of the supported projects
  9. 9. Communication and Transparency 41 News bulletins 65 Portfolio reports 4 Annual Reports (Portuguese and English) 2 Short films produced 250 messages / year: fundoamazonia-faleconosco@bndes.gov.br COFA’s discussions available on the Amazon Fund’s website http://www.fundoamazonia.gov.br/FundoAmazonia/fam/site_pt/Esquerdo/Fundo/cofa.html www.fundoamazonia.gov.br
  10. 10. Amazon Fund in REDD+ Context 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 19961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012 Average deforestation rate (1996 - 2005) 19.625 km² km² Average deforestation rate (2001 - 2010) 16,531 km² Deforested area in the Amazon Biome (km²) Source: Brazilian National Institute for Space Research
  11. 11. 11 Brazil protects it. The world supports it. Everybody wins. THANK YOU! GRAZIE! TAKK! DANKE! OBRIGADO!

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