The UN-REDD Programme partner countries can be incredibly proud of what they accomplished in 2010. Extensive national-level consultations and capacity building processes culminated in eight partner countries presenting full or initial National Programmes to the UN-REDD Programme Policy Board, which in turn approved a total of US$29.8 million in funding for them. All nine of the Programme’s initial pilot countries have now submitted National Programmes and by the end of the year, seven of them had entered into implementation. Building on their achievements over the past two years, UN-REDD Programme partner countries produced valuable REDD+ knowledge and lessons learned throughout 2010, providing significant inputs into the very evolution of the REDD+ mechanism.
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