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REDD+ refers to a process moderated by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which supports countries' efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, and foster conservation, sustainable management of forests, and enhancement of forest carbon stocks. Learn more about REDD+.

GCF offers support for REDD+ across all three phases. GCF funding for REDD+ includes support for forests as part of a wider landscape. This includes increasing resilience and enhancing livelihoods of the most vulnerable people, communities, and regions; increasing people’s health and well-being; enhancing food and water security; and improving the resilience of ecosystems and ecosystem services.

Approved GCF forest and land use projects and readiness grants

Mid-term review of the REDD+ RBP pilot programme

The GCF Secretariat is pleased to invite stakeholders, countries, Accredited Entities, CSOs and other organisations to provide inputs for the REDD+ results-based payments Pilot Programme review. The guiding questions provided in the call for inputs template are meant to serve as reference and may be complemented with additional questions identified by all stakeholders.

A template is provided to guide feedback and streamline input, which should be sent to before 30 Aug 2019 (23:59 KST).

Webinars

GCF holds regular webinars on REDD+ to share progress made, discuss current topics and provide greater clarity on relevant issues on forests and climate.