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Ghana and the EU report VPA progress

Ghana and the EU have published the third annual report on VPA implementation. It covers the period January to December 2012 and has been produced by the Joint Monitoring and Review Mechanism. Since development of the FLEGT licensing system is underway, the report covers progress made and notes...
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Cameroon and the EU report on VPA progress

Cameroon and the EU have released two joint reports on progress in implementing the Cameroon-EU VPA. VPA negotiations concluded in October 2010, the agreement was ratified and it entered into force on 1 December 2011. The first report summarises activities and progress in 2010 and 2011. The second...
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Piloting Community Forest Monitoring in two forest reserves in Ashanti Region of Ghana through capacity building and field implementation

Between July, 2013 and July, 2014 the National Forestry Forum-Ghana in Partnership with WWF implemented the project dubbed "facilitating multi stakeholder dialogue on illegal logging and VPA in Ghana. The project buoilt the capacity of stakeholders in 30 communities in 10 forestry districts in...
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Beijing 30-31 Oct 2013- Summary report of International Workshop to Promote Understanding of FLEGT VPAs - ENG Version

The “International workshop to promote understanding of FLEGT VPAs” was co-organized by the European Forest Institute (EFI) EU FLEGT Facility, Center for International Forest Products Trade, State Forest Administration (SFA) of China and the Research Institute of Forestry Policy & Information,...
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Liberia and the EU report VPA progress

Liberia and the EU have published a progress report on the preparation for the VPA implementation. It covers the period 2011-2012 and has been produced by the Voluntary Partnership Agreement Technical Secretariat. The report covers progress made and notes areas where progress is expected. The...
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First Class Connections. Log Smuggling, Illegal Logging and Corruption in Mozambique . New Report from EIA.

Mozambique loses a fortune to illegal timber exports Corruption in world’s fourth poorest country aids illegal logging & timber smuggling to China LONDON: Weak forest governance and corruption in Mozambique are facilitating illegal logging and timber smuggling to supply China’s voracious demand...
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