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Apoyo a la Estrategia REDD+ para Consolidar el Abordaje de Agentes de Deforestación
Apoyar al Gobierno de Guatemala (GdG) en la preparación de su Estrategia Nacional para la Reducción de Emisiones por Deforestación y Degradación de bosques evitada (REDD+), complementando los resultados alcanzados en la primera y segunda fase (GU-T1272), fortaleciendo el diseño y la socialización de acciones para el abordaje de agentes de deforestación.

Detalle del Proyecto

País

Guatemala

Número de Proyecto

GU-T1310

Fecha de aprobación

Mayo 15, 2020

Etapa del Proyecto

Cerrado

Tipo de Proyecto

Cooperación Técnica

Sector

MEDIO AMBIENTE Y DESASTRES NATURALE

Subsector

ORDENACIÓN DE RECURSOS FORESTALES

Instrumento de préstamo

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Código del instrumento de préstamo

-

Modalidad

-

Tipo de establecimiento

-

Categoría de Impacto Ambiental y Social

Probablemente cause un mínimo o ningún impacto ambiental negativo y social asociado

Costo Total

USD 385,161.00

Financiamiento de Contrapartida del País

USD 0.00

Cantidad

USD 385,161.00

Información Financiera
Número de Operación Tipo de préstamo Moneda de Referencia Fecha del informe Fecha de Firma del Contrato Fondo Instrumento Financiero
ATN/FP-17987-GU SG USD - Dólar americano Readiness Fund of the Forest Carbon Part No Reembolsable
Número de Operación ATN/FP-17987-GU
  • Tipo de préstamo: SG
  • Moneda de Referencia: USD - Dólar americano
  • Fecha del informe:
  • Fecha de Firma del Contrato:
  • Fondo: Readiness Fund of the Forest Carbon Part
  • Instrumento Financiero: No Reembolsable

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Etapa de Cierre
https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1680043600-27
Technical Cooperation Monitoring Final Report.pdf
Publicado Mar. 02, 2023
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https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1424047308-2
Aviso de Adjudicación GU-T1310-P001.pdf
Publicado Sep. 25, 2020
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Etapa de Implementación
https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1680043600-21
Documento de Cooperación Técnica.pdf
Publicado Jun. 16, 2020
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https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1680043600-18
Términos de Referencia_21803.pdf
Publicado Jun. 16, 2020
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https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1680043600-19
Plan de Adquisiciones.pdf
Publicado Jun. 16, 2020
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https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1680043600-16
Solicitud del Cliente_37883.pdf
Publicado Jun. 16, 2020
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https://www.iadb.org/document.cfm?id=EZSHARE-1680043600-17
Matriz de Resultados_93422.pdf
Publicado Jun. 16, 2020
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