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Cost Benefit analysis

Cost benefit analysis tool for identifying institutional capacity building priorities in LDCs: an application to Uganda

Strengthening International Support Measures for the Least Developed Countries

The Policy Note takes stock of the nature of the financial, technical and institutional support and preferential trade-related treatments that have been provided to LDCs. It provides an assessment of how useful these existing support measures have been and identifies ways in which they can be made more effective.

ePing – Electronic notification tool

Electronic notification tool developed by CDP to notify LDCs about sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) and technical barriers to trade (TBT) import requirements of potential and existing trading partners.

Website of the Global Forest Financing Facilitation Network

The website on the UNFF Facilitative Process on forest financing provides the forest financing stakeholder community with all the results of the Facilitative Process and Global Forest Financing Facilitation Network (GFFFN) as well as an interactive platform which allows users with a login to download and upload the latest findings on forest financing and share opinions, experiences, challenges and success stories amongst each other.

Guidance manual on Effective Project Design for Sustainable Forest Management

This 36-page manual was developed out of 3 regional capacity-building workshops on designing project proposals for sustainable forest management. It can be used on its own but works best as supporting material for training workshops on the same topic. The manual uses a participatory approach to understanding the main tools in preparing project proposals, including different stakeholder engagement methods, logical frameworks and monitoring and evaluation.

Common forest financing strategy in SIDS, LFCCs, Africa and LDCs

The common forest financing strategy, built from a number of recommendations put forward by member states and agreed upon by 53 countries, contains a series of action points to be implemented at national, regional and international levels in order to improve and increase financing for sustainable forest management. It acts as a blueprint for the creation of national and regional forest financing strategies.