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From Participation to Inclusive Forest Governance in REDD+ in the DRC

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Key messages

  • Stakeholder participation in natural resource management, and REDD+ in particular, are mandatory in the existing DRC legal frameworks.
  • The key limitations to stakeholder participation in REDD+ are weak law enforcement, poor coordination, lack of financial resources, limited recognition of land and forest tenure, limited capacity, and insufficient monitoring and guidance at lower levels to ensure participation.
  • The key factors relevant to increasing stakeholder participation in the DRC are effective policies and measures to address these challenges. REDD+ policy makers and project developers must possess a good understanding of stakeholder channels for participation in REDD+ and the factors driving their engagement. This will enable the provision of appropriate support mechanisms and capacity for different stakeholder groups, based on their needs and capacity.

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DOI:
https://doi.org/10.17528/cifor/008498
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    Publication year

    2022

    Authors

    Kengoum, F.; Pham, T.T.; Mihigo, B-P.N.

    Language

    English

    Keywords

    forest governance, natural resource management, participation, stakeholders, development policy, climate change, mitigation

    Geographic

    Democratic Republic of the Congo

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