How to contribute information to the UNFF Clearing House
Share information with the Clearing House
The three databases of the Clearing House aim at serving as a one-stop-shop for identifying financing sources for forests and sharing knowledge and experience on accessing financing sources for forests. All information owners and stakeholders are encouraged to share their information with the Clearing House for its inclusion in its databases.
Share information on funding opportunities
The database on funding opportunities presents a brief overview of key information related to funding sources/entities, including:
• Organizational profile;
• Financing Instrument;
• Project scale;
• Recipient countries regions/country groups;
• Eligibility Criteria; and
• Application guidelines.
If your organization or any entity/fund/programme you know is still accepting new applications/investment plans and considering providing financing for forests in the future, please share this information through this form for funding opportunities.
Share information on learning materials
The database on learning materials features guides, tutorials, courses, training resources and other publications which provide knowledge and capacity building for users. These learning materials mainly aim to help the Clearing House users to:
• develop a better understanding of the different sources of financing for forests and to identify the types of financing that are applicable to their context;
• build skills, expertise or capabilities to apply and/or access the funding opportunities;
• acquire general knowledge on forest financing that is beneficial for them to access funding for forests.
Any publicly accessible learning materials of the above-mentioned categories can be shared with the Clearing House. You may share this information through this form for learning materials.
Share information on good practices and lessons learned
The database on good practices and lessons learned contains case studies, policy briefs and publications which provide a broader range of practical examples and experiences on how to secure financing for forests.
If you wish to share good practices and lessons learned of your own government/entity, please fill out this form for good practices and lessons learned.
UN Forum on Forests Secretariat
UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs
New York, NY 10017, USA
Tel: +1 (212) 963 3401