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Summary of working session: Spatial analysis for integrated land-use planning & mainstreaming multiple benefits in sub-national REDD+ planning on 06/10/2017, IFEE

Sunday - 15/10/2017 23:38
On October 6th, the final day of working session: Spatial analysis for integrated land-use planning & mainstreaming multiple benefits in sub-national REDD+ planning. After four days with knowledge discussing and practicing, the participants gained knowledge basically about methods, support tools in spatial analysis.
Summary of working session: Spatial analysis for integrated land-use planning & mainstreaming multiple benefits in sub-national REDD+ planning on 06/10/2017, IFEE

In the October 6th  morning, the participants attended “Country/team coaching”. Each team could bring their own data and proposed unsolved issues to continue with the guidance of supporters or practicing specific issues with the carried data. 
Some pictures in the morning:

In the afternoon, the teams continued to share results, experiences. Finally, represent of WCMC gave certificates to participants.

Giving certificates to participants from Cambodia

Giving certificates to participants from Lao People's Democratic Republic

Giving certificates to participants from Myanmar

Giving certificates to participants from Vietnam

Giving certificates to participants of GIZ

Taking commemorative photo at the end of working session, IFEE

Author: QLKH-IFEE

Source: VNUF& IFEE

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Implementing projects in 2017
List of implementing projects in 2017:
 
1. Supporting Di Linh Forestry and Bao Lam Forestry Company Limited (SFFC) to meet international standards for SFM in accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) funded by FAOVN

2. Review, adjust the Plan for forest protection, restoration and sustainable development of the Central Highlands up to 2025 with orientation to 2030 funded by VNFOREST

3. Co-operation between UNEP and IFEE in undertaking the work contributing to the development of a knowledge package on the use of spatial analysis supporting REDD+ planning at the sub-national level
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