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REDD Early Movers (REM) Programme

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Project Data Last Updated: 29/07/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-13-ICF-0019-REM


The REDD+ Early Movers (REM) Programme, currently operational in Latin America, aims to reward countries or jurisdictions considered as pioneers in forest protection and climate mitigation. It targets countries or regions that have already taken ambitious actions to protect forests and provides conditional payments upon verified emission reductions from avoided deforestation (REDD+). Results-based payments in the REM Programme are invested according to a “benefit-sharing strategy” that has been jointly agreed by partners.

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