Preparing the ground for the implementation of REDD in Panama

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Preparing the ground for the implementation of REDD in Panama Autoridad Nacional del Ambiente Gobierno de Panamá October 29th, 2009 Progress since PB 2 The new governmental authorities took office on 1
Preparing the ground for the implementation of REDD in Panama Autoridad Nacional del Ambiente Gobierno de Panamá October 29th, 2009 Progress since PB 2 The new governmental authorities took office on 1 July 2009, and engages with the UN-REDD Programme, designating ANAM (the National Environment Authority) as the focal point for the process. Official Letter sent to the RC Joint mission with FCPF followed by several meetings with UN- REDD team to review drafts, strategy and calendar National REDD stakeholder meeting on September 18. The parties agree to support indigenous participation in the revision and preparation of the draft NJP and a National REDD Committee is established to guide the readiness process STRI is brought in for a technical Peer Review of the NJP ANAM, COONAPIP and UN-REDD engage in close collaboration to prepare the NJP Coordinated dialogue with FCPF improved and strengthened Colaboración ANAM- COONAPIP- UN-REDD COONAPIP designates 6 indigenous representatives to support during 1 month the technical review process and to work with ANAM on the draft NJP COONAPIP organizes a national workshop on the UN-REDD process for representatives from each of the 11 indigenous congresses on October 6 th to discuss ongoing readiness activities, review readiness concepts and review the NJP Validation meeting for the UN-REDD Panama Programme on 13 October 2009 in line with UN-REDD operational guidelines. Representatives from the UN, Ministries of Finance, ANAM, UN-REDD components and outputs expected Governance and Institutional Capacity Legal framework for the implementation the REDD National strategy Operational framework for the implementation of the REDD strategy Sectoral, institutional, municipal and individual capacity strengthened A valid and operational system of payment and distribution of benefits Stakeholders consultation process Monitoring, Reporting and Verification A national inventory and monitoring system for forests and carbon A reference emission scenario An accounting system for carbon and for generating information on emissions UN-REDD P R O G R A M M E Readiness Actions Technical support FCPF COONAPIP UN-REDD STRI Technical Team REDD - ANAM National REDD Committee (multisectorial) National Investment plans Coordinated Readiness phase (UN-REDD, FCPF; others) Environmental policy Readiness process Request for funding phase Readiness phase R-PP and NJP preparation PB 3 PC 3 CoP 15 Consolidation of readiness execution strategy ( 4-5 first months): Government consultation and final buy in Operational NRC Constitution of coordination unit Detailed joint budget per output and activity Single monitoring and reporting system for ONE readiness process FCPF safeguards Inception phase Execution of ONE readiness phase Achievements & Opportunities On-going partnership and dialogue with COONAPIP Efficient and coordinated partnership with UN-Agencies Validation by UN-Resident Coordinator, COONAPIP and Ministry of Finance First national stakeholder workshop and establishment of a National REDD committee Position Ecosystem Based Adaptation to CC into national development agenda including national poverty reduction strategies, Trigger national dialogues Address difficult forest governance issues Address institutional and technical barriers Attract cofunding partners Change the way we do business. Next Steps Consolidate a common and harmonized vision of the readiness process taking advantage of the UN-REDD and FCPF mechanisms Move to a second phase of dialogue: - Dialogue with a broader group of stakeholders (Private sector, sectorial ministries, NGOs; Forest enterprises; municipal authorities etc.) - Consolidation and establishment of a long-term dialogue strategy with indigenous groups Prepare the ground for an efficient inception phase of the readiness process Prepare discussions with sectorial ministries and discuss plans of implementation Identify other partners For more information Autoridad Nacional del Ambiente (ANAM) Website: UN-REDD Website:
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