REDD+ and corruption risks for Africa's forests: Case studies from Cameroon, Ghana, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Filed under - Climate governance

Report published 10 October 2016
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The link between corruption and deforestation and forest degradation has been almost universally recognised. Today, corruption continues to threaten new climate initiatives like Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+). This report provides the summarised findings of corruption risk assessments (CRAs) in four African countries: Cameroon, Ghana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. In each CRA, stakeholders, who include representatives from governments, academia, the judiciary, nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), the media, international organisations and private sector, were selected to participate based on their experience in the forest sector.

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Country / Territory - Cameroon   |   Ghana   |   Zambia   |   Zimbabwe   
Region - Sub-Saharan Africa   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Climate governance   |   Forestry   

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