Safeguard Information Systems for REDD+: Lessons from Participatory Forest Management. Girma Amente (PhD) Oromia Forest & Wildlife Enterprise, Ethiopia. Contents. B ackground Information Cancun agreement and Safeguards Guidance from COP 17 on SIS Existing processes in Ethiopia
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Safeguard Information Systems for REDD+: Lessons from Participatory Forest Management
Oromia Forest & Wildlife Enterprise, Ethiopia
-consistency, regularly updated
-transparent, accessible to stakeholders
Boundary Demarcation: Forest and Homestead Boundaries
Boundary Demarcation using GPS
Periodical Joint Forest Monitoring by WaBuB members
Meeting with WaBuB Representatives and Forestry Experts
-formation of organized public,
-Community based conflict management.
-Improved participation of woman in decision making
Internal Inspection for Certification Audit by WaBuB members
Certification Audit by Rainforest Alliance