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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 RBAS Partnership with Japan The relationship with Japan has always been an important one. Since 2012 contribution from Japan through the supplementarry budget represented the largest cost sharing contribution to RBAS COs. RBAS with the establishment of its Partnership Unit is striving to elevate certain priority relationships to a more strategic level as well as increase the amount of funding received. Under JSB all funds have to be delivered within one year. Extensions are exceptions Elevation of partnership with priority partner over the last 12 months in housecoordinationBERACRU outreachpromotion RBAS Partnerships Unitadvicecoordination maintenanceof JSB process high levelstrategicdialogue JSB Elevate the Partnership - engage at all levels- deliver - promote 2011201220132014 funds received from Japan since 2011 WHAT IS NEXT ? Deforestation represents of greenhouse emissions Disruption of Water Cycles Deliver JSB 2013 AHDR Launchin Japan Rainforests contain170,000 of the world's 250,000 plant species No trees to anchor fertile soil. TBD High LevelDialogue Imbalance in perticipationand river flow Inbalance in trophic levels &increased fighting for living area.-> Extinction Relationship Drivers newtechnicalproductsJICA MOFAUNDP SOURCES: - - - No trees = carbon sink = climate change TOTAL Japan is one of RBAS most important donorscontributing the largest amount of 3rd party cost sharing to RBAS COs through its supplementary budget process. RBAS through the establishment of its Partnerships Unit is working on elevating a number of priority partnerships to a more strategic level politically and to increase funding received from these partners. Japan is one of them. xxxxxx Million USDx% increase over x years Progress Report
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