Scaling up REDD+ in DRC    Challenges and answers    Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Tourism (MECNT)    R...
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Challenge 1: human resources                                                                                              ...
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Fabien monteils redd_partnership_18_june_2011

  1. 1. Scaling up REDD+ in DRC Challenges and answers Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Tourism (MECNT) REDD+ Partnership June 18th, 20111
  2. 2. Three key areas of challenge 2 Attracting Absorbing (capacity) Absorbing (efficiency) SCALING UP REDD+ (investment phase) The Human The Technical & The Resources Financial Environment Challenge Challenge Challenge
  3. 3. Challenge 1: human resources 3 Challenges... DRC’s answers... 1  Building on and developing the volume of capacities From REDD+ « summer Capacities required for scaling up school » to large scale  Assessing and developing the appropriate skills to fill training programme « GPEC » the right jobs Financial and  Attract and keep performing staff, motivation institutional  Ensuring that the right people are at the right place arrangements (Kinshasa vs. rural areas) « Market Place » 2  Making REDD+ a key topic on top of national political  Dialogue de Haut Mobilization agenda Niveau, DSCRP2  Securing leadership and national empowerment  National technical unit  REDD+ committees,  Ensuring multisectorial mobilization, avoid « sector- early action programmes, based leakages », mobilize administration GCT...  Build on, mobilize and increase capacities of local  Decentralisation in shifts for design and implementation province, campaigns in  Ensuring multi-stakeholders mobilization (civil society, the territories private sector, international partners and their DRC’s  Civil society readiness plan, private sector representation… forum...
  4. 4. Challenge 2: technical and financial resources 4 Challenges... DRC’s answers... Decentralisation in 1  Designing and implementing national and provincial provinces, GCT, FIP and Technical shifts strategies, as well as an investment plan based on early action programmes operational programmes  Pilot activities  Building on experience and pilot initiatives to scale up coordination  Research and development capacities in country  Large-scale capacity building 2  Ensuring transparency on transactions, trackingImplementation Framework finance and activities, avoiding double accounting  National registry  Implementing/improving performing institutions  Scoping mission on (decision-making, planning, coordinating, marketing, implementation framework monitoring and reporting, verifying…)  Work on benefit  Ensuring a fair mechanism, benefit sharing, sharing redistribution schemes 3  Raising finance for enabling policies and programmes  FIP, Dialogue de Haut Finance Niveau...  Raising ex-ante finance for on-the-ground  Development Bank for programmes and projects / reaching various kinds of REDD+, small grants, stakeholders community-based  Managing financial flows (executing, MRVing) forestry FIP  Mobilizing national and international private finance  Fonds National REDD+  Preventing international money laundry  Private sector forum...  Accreditation process 4  Monitoring and reporting the impacts of projects, Performance Assessment programme and policies on carbon or proxies  STSS system for Durban...  Monitoring and reporting on safeguards/standards and  Standards, SESA, benefits in the field of governance and anti-corruption, NORAD/UNDP and WB social, environmental and economy missions on governance,  Linking projects/programmes/policies and national household survey... accounting system  National registry
  5. 5. Challenge 3: enabling environment 5 Challenges... DRC’s answers... 1  Securing peace and stability Indirect or focused  Improving the performance of administration (national contribution State of Law  Mainstreaming REDD+ and local levels) in large-scale  Enhancing rules and enforcing the law programmes to fight  Preventing red tape, corruption… corruption etc. 2  Mitigating implementation and transaction costs of Assessing REDD+ costs National structures activities related to lack of infrastructures and financial  Early action capacities programmes, DSCRP2,  Mainstreaming REDD in the legal framework of various GCT and REDD+ national sectors (infrastructures, agriculture, mining, energy…) strategy design  Early action  Harmonising and securing land tenure programme, FIP  Enhancing business environment and access to  FIP, private sector services (finance, consulting, accounting, geometer, forum, partners lawyer, manager…) coordination... 3  Improving biased conditions of competition slowing Implementation International Pressures down national initiatives (food production, transforming framework study, FIP and industry…) pilot projects...  Handling and directing pressures related to land  REDD+ national strategy, accreditation grabbing (food, energy) related to challenging process, Dialogue de international demand, offer, commodity prices… Haut Niveau  Regulating international markets demand (wood…)  FLEGT, international and loopholes of international system (tracking…) dialogue...