Stakeholder engagement mapping and analysis report

Survey methods were utilised to understand current stakeholder engagement, as it relates to REDD+ preparedness, in three pilot Papua New Guinean provinces: Madang, East New Britain, and West Britain. These surveys represent an accumulation of knowledge from over 800 provincial stakeholders, and representatives of three national authorities and departments. The subsequent analysis of the survey results aimed to:

1. identify and characterise the provincial stakeholder engagement networks to determine which stakeholders a REDD+ capacity development program should target

2. characterise whether distinct provincial typologies exist to determine whether REDD+ training materials need to be heavily adapted to specific provinces

3. understand the key predictors relating to the preparedness of individuals to engage in REDD+ so as to identify which stakeholder demographic groups are in most in need of assistance

4. characterise the comparative strength and weaknesses of each stakeholder group in order to identify potential pathways of involving stakeholders to strengthen overall preparedness for REDD+

5. identify the key concerns of rural village stakeholders as they would relate to an integrated REDD+ program in terms of: decision making, land-use planning, livelihoods, and environmental protection

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