Seven New Countries Join UN-REDD Programme
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The UN-REDD Programme welcomes Benin, Cameroon, Chile, Ghana, Myanmar, South Sudan and Suriname to the Programme as partner countries that can benefit from the Programme's support and knowledge sharing.

Partner countries may also be invited to submit a request to receive funding for a National Programme in the future.

10 February 2012: Benin, Cameroon, Chile, Ghana, Myanmar, South Sudan and Suriname have joined the UN-REDD Programme as partners and official observers to the UN-REDD Programme Policy Board.

The Programme now has 42 partner countries globally. Partner countries receive targeted support from UN-REDD’s Global Programme and are able to participate in the knowledge sharing facilitated by the Programme’s online community of practice. Partner countries may also be invited to submit a request to receive funding for a National Programme in the future. [UN-REDD Press Release]

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