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Financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Guatemala

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This is a presentation by Edwin Ariel Pereira, of National Forestry Institute, Instituto Nacional de Bosques, on financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Guatemala.

Jones gave the presentation during a session on decentralised forestry finance at the Money Where It Matters (MWIM) event, held in London from 7-8 December 2016.

The purpose of the MWIM event was to reflect on our insights and explore further how financing mechanisms can more effectively channel resources to the local level, and identify opportunities to increase flows of finance to the local level in new contexts for development assistance and national investment.

Participants at the event also agreed on outstanding questions that require further research on finance for and with local actors to achieve the effective use and management of funds to deliver climate resilient sustainable development.

More details: https://www.iied.org/promoting-local-access-development-climate-finance

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Financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Guatemala

  1. 1. Financing the SDGs in Guatemala Partners: AECID, BID, BM, CATIE, FAO, GIZ, HELVETAS, IIED, ITTO, JICA, PNUD, UE, UICN, UK Space Agency, WWF.
  2. 2. DEFORESTATION PROBLEM Source: cobertura 1950, IARNA/URL Historical analysis 1950 6.97 millon ha. 2010 3.72 millon ha. 2006 to 2010 : Annual deforestation net rate 38,597 ha. 1991 to 2001 : Annual deforestation net rate 73,000 ha/yr WHY? Land use change to agricultural and urban growth. High demand for firewood. Illegal logging.
  3. 3. What we have done: PINFOR 1998 to 2016 Goals:  Promote sustainable forest production.  Incorporate land devoid of forest to forestry.  To generate a critical mass of forests producing raw materials.  Encourage the maintenance and creation of forests to generate environmental services. Impacts Invested US $ 243 million in: • Establishment and management of forest plantations, • Sustainable management of natural forests, and • Forestry for environmental purposes 28.7 million jobs, 4 million farmers (30% women). PINPEP 2007-2042 Goals:  Participation of holders of small tracts of land in the benefits of incentives.  Incorporate the modality of agroforestry systems.  Fostering gender equity.  Generate employment in the rural area.  Fostering forest biodiversity. Impacts Invested US$64.7 million in: • Establishment and management of forest plantations and agroforestry systems. • Management of natural forests for protection and production purposes 5.8 million jobs, 192 thousand farmers (64% women). PROBOSQUE 2017-2046 Goals:  NFM Protection: 375,000 ha.  NFM Production: 125,000 ha.  Plantations: 200.000 ha. (industrial), 100,000 ha. (energetic)  AFS´s: 300,000 ha.  Reforestation: 200,000 ha. Expected impacts USD 625.7 million invested 20,000 Jobs / year 7.5 million farmers (30% women). What we will have to do:
  4. 4. Forestry industry National Forestry Registry (RNF), • to 2015 registered 2,001 forestry companies: • 797 raw material processors (forest industries); 749 deposits of sawn wood, firewood and coal; and • 455 export enterprises. Technical Institute of Training and Productivity (Intecap): • 3,423 furniture manufacturing (89% micro-enterprises). • 50,000 jobs. Forest industry
  5. 5. Guatemala's internal trade Timber production (2015) Native forests 400,972 m3 (18%) Forest & agroforest plantations 1,735,875 m3 (78%)
  6. 6. Guatemala's foreing trade
  7. 7. PRINCIPALES MERCADOSPRINCIPAL MARKETS

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