Presentation on theme: "REDD+ NATIONAL MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK Alfred Gichu Kenya Forest Service."— Presentation transcript:
REDD+ NATIONAL MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK Alfred Gichu Kenya Forest Service
Objectives To integrate and contribute to GoK‘s broader climate change goals as stated in the recently developed National Climate Change Response Strategy; To provide the necessary support to development of a coherent and successful REDD+ Strategy; To bring clear decision making authority to the REDD process that is informed by both national climate change goals and REDD goals; To ensure Kenya has its own high level expert technical working group to advise the decision making authority.
MEMR NEMASecretariat at MEMR PROGRAMS OFFICE Policy, Law and Strategy Adaptation Programs Division Monitoring & Evaluation Division Research, Early Warning and Disaster Management Division Communications, Education and Awareness Division Emissions Trading, CDM and Technology Transfer Division: the DNA REDD, Land Use and Land Use Change Division Key Players: Government, Local Authorities Universities, Private Sector, Civil Society/ NGOs Key Players: Inter Dep’t committee of experts on M&E, External M&E experts, Internal Auditors, External Auditors, Office of the PM Key Players: KMD, Nat’l Lands Information Management Systems, CC Expert Group, KSFS, KWS, KASALs, FAO & other local and Int’l orgs & dev’t partners Key Players: Government, Universities, NEMA, Media Training Institutions, Civil Society/ NGOs, Local & Dev’t Partners Key Players: Investment Promotion Centre, NEMA, Gov’t, Local Authorities, KIRDI, KIPI, KEBS, KNPC, NGOs, Local and foreign experts and Dev’t partners Key Players: Gov’t, KFS, KARI, KEFRI, NEMA, ICRAF, ICIPE, Local and Int’l NGOs & Dev’t partners
REDD MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE management arrangements for implementing REDD+ will be housed within the section “REDD and Land Use and land use change”. it is proposed that the REDD+ unit will function as a stand- alone unit initially and subsequently becomes integrated into the Programme Office once is established. a four tier structure has been created consisting of a National REDD+ Steering Committee, a Technical Working Group, a National REDD Coordinating Office, the REDD+ Component Task Forces and Local Conservancy Officers.
REDD Management Structure
REDD STEERING COMMITTEE The National REDD+ Steering Committee (RSC): will become operational upon approval of its current Terms of Reference. will be chaired by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Forest and Wildlife Resources, and KFS AND KEFRI will provide secretariat services. RSC membership is composed of Permanent Secretaries from the Ministries of Forestry and Wildlife, Environment and Mineral Resources, Finance, Planning, Energy, Local Government, Directors of KFS, KEFRI and NEMA, WWF and KFWG, NACOFA, Universities, UNDP/UNEP and the Donor Coordination Group. Inclusion of the Ministries of finance and planning in this important decision making entity, will ensure that REDD+ is a national effort, sectors are well coordinated, and that REDD + activities will enter the national plans and records.
TORs for Steering Committee Policy guidance, intersectoral coordination, Approval of plans and budgets, Resource mobilisation, Delivery of REDD strategy and baseline emission level, monitoring and evaluation, Quality control and Providing mechanisms for international collaboration on REDD+. These roles will be carried out during R-PP implementation. The Chair person and treasury officer liaise with the National REDD+ Coordinating Body relating to funding flows for R-PP operationalization.
REDD+ Technical Working Group (TWG): The TWG will play an advisory role for the National REDD+ Steering Committee. It will also liaise directly with the National REDD+ Coordination Office, whose mandate is to carry out operationalization of the R-PP. The subgroup and current TWG will disband, and the new TWG for R-PP implementation will be redefined as a smaller 8 person entity bringing together specific expertise required in this phase. Members will have expertise in forestry, finance, land use, agriculture, wildlife management, range management, and timber production and the management of private sector enterprises. In addition, there will be one representative from CSOs, representative community forest associations and one representative from indigenous communities living in forests. The TWG will be responsible for oversight of the R-PP implementation process managing the monitoring and evaluation activities.
The National REDD+ Coordination Office (NRCO): To be constituted immediately upon approval of the R-PP by the FCPF with the designation of an Interim National REDD+ Coordinator. consisting of ~ 15 full-time staff dedicated to RPP implementation activities for the period The Interim National REDD+ Coordinator will open the positions required in the R-PP implementation period. These will be full time subject matter specialists and administration and support staff required
Functions of NRCO Coordination of work carried out by the five REDD+ Component Task Forces Communications of the overall REDD+ process and consultation support to the REDD+ component task forces Conflict resolution and grievances Liaison and coordination with local conservancy officers who are the field based arm of the REDD+ strategy component task forces. Finance management for monitoring incoming funds to REDD+ activities, and tracking expenditures during R-PP implementation Oversight for particular gender concerns for all aspects of R-PP implementation Others that are delegated to it by comp 3, 4 and 6
REDD+ Component Task Forces Small groups organized according to REDD+ candidate strategies. The management structure for these REDD+ Strategy task forces will include task force members uniting the expertise required for each particular strategy. REDD+ Component Officer who is a full time staff that reports to the National Coordinator In each forest conservancy, a REDD+ Officer designated to liaise and help to implement demonstration activities and coordinate with local communities, and NRCO.