Stakeholder mapping analysis: report on consultation workshop feedback for
A series of consultation workshops were held in November 2018 to present and gain provincial feedback on the Stakeholder Engagement Mapping and Analysis report drafted by the Wildlife Conservation Society. This represents the third deliverable of a project, coordinated by the Climate Change and Development Authority (CCDA), aimed at accelerating the implementation of PNG’s National REDD+ Strategy through ensuring the effective participation of key stakeholders in three pilot provinces (East New Britain, West New Britain, and Madang) via the development of province specific Stakeholder Engagement Plans and tools.
To introduce the project to provincial stakeholders, an inception workshop was held in the three pilot provinces in June 2018. Then, surveys were conducted in the three provinces between August and October 2018 to understand current stakeholder engagement, as it related to REDD+ preparedness. The results of these surveys, involving over 800 stakeholders, were compiled into a Stakeholder Engagement Mapping and Analysis report which was then circulated in November for feedback.
Presented here is a brief report on the consultation workshop recently held in East New Britain province, at Kokopo Village Resort, Kokopo, on Monday 5th November 2018 (12pm ‒5pm) to present the results of the stakeholder mapping and analysis.