Map of Ghana Ghana

Total REDD+ Finance Committed:

$105,604,332

Total REDD+ Finance Disbursed:

$14,313,191

Ghana is reported to have one of the highest deforestation rates in Africa at around 2% per year. To combat this loss, Ghana is in the process of building a national strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from forest loss and degradation, with the support of the World Bank´s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) and Forest Investment Program (FIP), as well as private donors.

Ghana developed a REDD Readiness Preparation Note (R-PIN), which was approved in July 2008 and a REDD Readiness Preparation Proposal (R-PP), which was signed in August 2009. More recently, Ghana produced a draft investment plan for the FIP. This FIP funding will be reported as part of the 2012 data later this year.

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Overview: REDD+ finance flowing to Ghana

Ghana’s REDD+ financing landscape is set out below:

Flows of REDD+ finance between donors and recipients, 2009-2012

 

Funds committed and disbursed for REDD+ activities in Ghana through 2012

 

Cumulative commitments and disbursements, 2009-2012

 
   

Data Source: Ghana

All data presented in this chart was collected in-country through our national partner, NCRC, and compiled by Forest Trends. For more information on our methodology, please visit our FAQs page.