The Safeguard database (SIS) was developed based on comprehensive surveys and consultations
with all relevant stakeholders in the 18 states of Sudan. Stakeholders include mainly local
community groups living in proximity to forests (villagers, farmers, pastoralists, women) in
addition to representatives of other groups of stakeholders such as government, traditional
leaders and CSOs.
The surveys covered community groups living around 63 forests, 18 in the three states of the ER programme (Gedarif, Sinnar and Blue Nile) where number of surveys were conducted for the purpose of preparing the ER Porgramme. 45 forests in the other 15 States, with three forests selected in each state, based on consultations with FNC staff and the REDD+ focal points, to represent the forest types in each state in terms of the social and environmental benefits occurring to the local communities. The surveys covered about 96 stakeholder groups of local communities (farmers, pastoralists, women) living around these forests in addition to about 20 of the representatives of the other stakeholder groups.
The objective of this Web based data-base is to publicly share information on safeguards to potential users and beneficiaries and to ensure that safeguards are protected and promoted during REDD+ implementation. This database is dynamic and will be continuously updated based on the safeguards monitoring system and related surveys. The database contains safeguard information including:
The data provided on this site is for informational and planning purposes only.
Absolutely no accuracy or completeness guarantee is implied or intended. All information on this map is subject to such variations and corrections as might result from a complete title search and/or accurate field survey.
Borough data courtesy of New York City Department of City Planning
MTA Subway data courtesy of the CUNY Mapping Service at the Center for Urban Research
Theater data courtesy of NYC Department of Information & Telecommunications (DoITT)
Museum data courtesy of NYC Department of Information & Telecommunications (DoITT)
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