MAKING THE FOREST SECTOR TRANSPARENT www.foresttransparency.info Liberia ...
Main strategies of the project• Greater access to information on the forestrysector• Effective influence in forest ...
Annual Transparency ReportReport Card Transparency and Access to Information Law Compliance
Report Card Common assessment tool with 20 indicators Indicators refer to: forestry sector ‘s regulatory and institutio...
SOME RELEVANT RESULTS
TAI Law Compliance Monitoring in 2011  Executive branch with key competencies over forest and natural resources  Om...
TAI Law Compliance Monitoring in 2011 An INDEX composed by: Updated ...
Annual Transparency Reports
LESSONS: BASIC CONDITIONS FOR REDD+ NEEDEDo Informed population, especially forest peopleso Strong p...
CRITICAL ISSUESo TAI laws are generic: do not address forest governance issueso FPIC and consultation processes: on...
SOME RECOMMENDATIONSo REDD+, forest governance and finance needs to be linked to results with transparency in budg...
Contraportada THANKS! www.foresttransparency.info Sigrid Vásconez svasconez@grupofaro.orgGRUPO FARODirecci...
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Making the forest sector transparent

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  • 1. MAKING THE FOREST SECTOR TRANSPARENT www.foresttransparency.info Liberia Guatemala Ghana Ecuador Cameroon Perú DR Congo
  • 2. Main strategies of the project• Greater access to information on the forestrysector• Effective influence in forest governanceprocesses• Civil society organizations and coalitions workingon forest governance issues looking attransparency and information access
  • 3. Annual Transparency ReportReport Card Transparency and Access to Information Law Compliance
  • 4. Report Card Common assessment tool with 20 indicators Indicators refer to: forestry sector ‘s regulatory and institutional framework and emerging issues such as: land tenure rights, free prior and informed consent Traffic light evaluation: Yes Partially No N/A
  • 5. SOME RELEVANT RESULTS
  • 6. TAI Law Compliance Monitoring in 2011  Executive branch with key competencies over forest and natural resources  Ombudsman  Financial Ministries and Central BanksECUADOR (2004) PERU (2003)12 PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS 16 PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
  • 7. TAI Law Compliance Monitoring in 2011 An INDEX composed by: Updated Detailed AvailableECUADOR PERUAverage 57% compliance Average 60% compliance
  • 8. Annual Transparency Reports
  • 9. LESSONS: BASIC CONDITIONS FOR REDD+ NEEDEDo Informed population, especially forest peopleso Strong political willo Budget and efficient managemento Specific transparency, consultation and participation provisions & mechanismso Information management systems in place: organization, classification and systematized information
  • 10. CRITICAL ISSUESo TAI laws are generic: do not address forest governance issueso FPIC and consultation processes: only in paper and not legally bindingo Land tenure and carbon rights are extremely unclearo There are no comprehensive forest cadastero Registries of REDD+ projects have no specific TAI considerations
  • 11. SOME RECOMMENDATIONSo REDD+, forest governance and finance needs to be linked to results with transparency in budget and flows (MRV for finance)o Multi-sectorial land use planning is needed: Ecuador and Peru’s forests face increasing pressure from extractive industries
  • 12. Contraportada THANKS! www.foresttransparency.info Sigrid Vásconez svasconez@grupofaro.orgGRUPO FARODirección: Gregorio Bobadilla N38-88 y Granda CentenoWeb: www.grupofaro.orgFono: (593 2) 2 456 367 / 2 6 015 395Telefax: (593 2) 2 264 719 !Síguenos!

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