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1012, 2020

Project management unit met and solved emerging issues for community forestry groups

By |December 10th, 2020|

The PMU conducted quarterly meetings with all 14 CF Management Committees (CFMCs). In the third quarter of 2020, quarterly meetings were conducted with 239 participants (28 of whom were women). These meetings focused on newly emerged challenges associated with illegal activities that happened and have been happening inside the CF [...]

1012, 2020

Project management unit formulated a new micro-finance for O’Bos Leav CF

By |December 10th, 2020|

In September, the PMU conducted a meeting with community members to formulate a community based micro-finance, which was participated by 26 community members (08 of whom were women). As a result, the community agreed to establish a new O’ Bos Leave community based micro-finance to serve as a mechanism in [...]

1012, 2020

Verra Registry approved a verification report for Tumring REDD+ project

By |December 10th, 2020|

The PMU with support from Wildlife Works Carbon (a carbon developer) provided inputs to S&A Carbon (an independent carbon verifier) to finish the VCS and CCB accuracy assessment report required by Verra Registry. On 03 September 2020, the Tumring REDD+ project received the approval from Verra Registry on a verification [...]

1012, 2020

Community forestry land registration as state land – a role model

By |December 10th, 2020|

To pilot registration of CF as state land, the PMU selected O’s Bos Leav CF as a model for the registration process. The PMU contracted Kampong Thom Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction Provincial Department (KT-LMUPC) to facilitate the process of O’s Bos Leav CF registration. There are five steps [...]

1012, 2020

Tumring REDD+ project handed over the confiscated tools and equipment to local FA offices

By |December 10th, 2020|

In July 2020, the Project Management Unit (PMU) handed over all confiscated tools and equipment – chainsaws, motorbikes, hand tractors – in 2019 and 2020 to local FA offices as law enforcement operations were supported by the Tumring REDD+ Project.

1012, 2020

Forest law enforcement activities by a mobile law enforcement unit led by the district governor

By |December 10th, 2020|

The Tumring REDD+ Project also supported the Sandan forest law enforcement unit – a mobile law enforcement unit led by the Sandan district governor. During the 3rd quarter of 2020, this law enforcement unit confiscated 03 chainsaws and 01 motorbike.

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