These three studies, produced with the support of the Global Environment Facility (GEF6) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), provide a comprehensive diagnosis of the legislative and institutional readiness of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Nigeria and Senegal for the implementation of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) projects in their territories.
Even ahead of their launches in Kinshasa, Abuja and Dakar, their findings have been informing the work of legislators in these countries to address the gaps identified, which vary from country to country given their different stages of REDD+ preparedness (Senegal is in the process of becoming a REDD+ partner; whereas Nigeria has recently included REDD+ provisions in its new Climate Change Act). For more information, please visit the GEF6 project site.
The reports are available in English and French.
Democratic Republic of Congo
Analyse générale des principaux problèmes juridiques et institutionnels dans la mise en oeuvre de la REDD+ en RDC
Analysis of the legal and institutional challenges in the implementation of REDD+ in the DRC
Legal and Institutional Readiness for REDD+ Implementation in Nigeria
Préparation juridique et institutionnelle pour la Mise en œuvre du programme REDD+ au Nigeria
Étude diagnostique des cadres juridiques, politiques et institutionnels de la Grande Muraille Verte au Sénégal
Diagnostic Study of the Legal, Political , and Institutional Frameworks of the Great Green Wall in Senegal