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Mozambique

Mozambique

  • National Monitoring Systems for Adaptation (Spanish)

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    En este informe identificaremos, analizaremos y compararemos buenas prácticas internacionales de diseño e implementación de indicadores para sistemas de monitoreo y evaluación para la adaptación al cambio climático. El primer capítulo ofrece una introducción al contexto y la terminología clave en el tema de adaptación al cambio climático e indicadores de M&E para la adaptación. El segundo capítulo analiza los enfoques de M&E existentes, mientras que el capítulo 3 ofrece un panorama general de los enfoques de M&E para la adaptación al cambio climático.

  • REDD Realities: How strategies to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation could impact on biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples in developing countries

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    It is crucial for international and national aspects of any forest conservation regime, programme and project to fully involve women, indigenous peoples and small farmers. This publication looks at the strategies of non-governmental and indigenous peoples’ organisations to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Panama and Uganda. It also outlines the likely impacts of REDD on these countries. The document also contains links to reports by NGOs in Nepal, Paraguay and Brazil.

  • The South South North Capacity Building Module on Poverty Reduction

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    The South South North network adopts a pragmatic approach to tackling climate change and sustainable development. This module incorporates the main approaches and provides a toolkit for practitioners wishing to implement mitigation and/or adaptation in communities in developing countries. These tools and methodologies are gleaned from a learning-by-doing approach from projects implemented in Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Tanzania and Mozambique.
    The paper describes six cross cutting programmes: 

  • South-South REDD. A Brazil–Mozambique initiative for zero deforestation with pan-African relevance

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    A memorandum of understanding between the government of Mozambique through the Ministry for Coordination of Environmental Affairs (MICOA) and the Foundation for Sustainable Amazonas (FAS) signed in 2009 laid the ground for a multi-partner ollaborative initiative designated South–South REDD: A Brazil–Mozambique Initiative for Zero Deforestation with Pan-African Relevance. The aim of this initiative was to create the conditions under which Mozambique is able to embark on the implementation of REDD+.

    The initiative was funded by the government of Norway.

  • The political economy of climate change and development

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    Climate change financing initiatives have emerged as a prominent part of international development activities through the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, and it has become evident that political factors are vital in ensuring that the international initiatives achieve both their climate change and development objectives.