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ETHIOPIA Mapping REDD+ Finance Flows 2009-2012
Ethiopia's natural resources are the foundation of Ethiopian economic development, ensuring food security and providing basic necessities to its growing population. Over the past three decades, however, Ethiopia has lost a significant amount forest cover due to deforestation. With expansion of agriculture, settlements, and wild fires, the rate of deforestation remains quite high. Although REDD+ institutional arrangements are still in the early stages of development within Ethiopia, donors have committed US$20 million to the country. In this report, REDDX in-country partner, Environment and Coffee Forest Forum (ECFF), collaborated with Ministry of Environment and Forest (formerly the EPA) to explore Ethiopia's REDD+ financial commitments between 2009 and 2012.
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