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The IUCN Forest Programme accomplishes much of its work through funded projects and partnerships

Accelerating action on REDD+ through forest landscape restoration (Accelerating Action

The Bonn Challenge barometer of progress (Bonn Challenge Barometer)

European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) East Countries Forest Law Enforcement and Governance (FLEG) II Program and ENPI East Countries FLEG II: Complementary measures for Georgia and Armenia (ENPI FLEG II)

Forest and farm facility (FFF)

Global learning, finance, and partnerships project under The Restoration Initiative (TRI)

Improving the way knowledge on forests is understood and used internationally (KNOWFOR II)

Mobilizing markets to capture carbon through forest restoration in Brazil (CIFF)

PA categories V and VI as landscape mechanisms for enhancing biodiversity in agricultural land, ecological connectivity and REDD+ implementation (Land Use Stabilization)

Sustainability and inclusion strategy for growth corridors in Africa (SUSTAIN)

Towards pro-poor REDD+ (Phase II): Promoting rights-based approaches to strengthen the conservation, governance and sustainable management of landscapes in Cameroon, Ghana, Guatemala, Papua Province of Indonesia and Uganda (Towards pro-poor REDD+)

Utilizing landscape scale forest ecosystem rehabilitation as a cost effective bridge for the integrated deployment of national land-based mitigation and adaptation strategies (BMU7)


Great lakes, Kigali

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