Mécanisme forêts et paysans

Le Mécanisme forêts et paysans (FFF – d’après l’anglais Forest and Farm Facility) aide les organisations de producteurs forestiers et agricoles (petits exploitants, groupes de femmes rurales, communautés locales et institutions de peuples autochtones) à accroître leurs capacités techniques et commerciales de façon à pouvoir jouer leur rôle crucial en matière de lutte contre le changement climatique et d’amélioration de la sécurité alimentaire. Le FFF s’engage aussi auprès des gouvernements pour développer des mécanismes intersectoriels et des processus politiques tenant compte des apports des populations rurales. Les FFF est un partenariat entre la FAO, l’IIED, l’UICN, et AgriCord. Les donateurs actuels sont l’Allemagne, les États Unis d'Amérique, l'Union européenne à travers le programme FAO-EU FLEGT, la Finlande, IKEA, les Pays-Bas et la Suède.


Watch the session about the role of community groups, producers organizations and civil society organizations in teaching people about forests. Hear from three different people representing producer organizations in Tanzania, Kenya and Latin America. 
The Just Rural Transition’s new brief sets out the importance of securing land and natural resource rights for the world's most vulnerable populations. This launch event will feature the author Alexandre Corriveau-Bourque, and a panel of experts. 
Join us to discuss some of the common factors affecting the resilience of Indigenous Peoples and local communities. Mainly, we will be focusing on the connections between territory, Indigenous knowledge and learning, as well as solidarity, which help Indigenous communities to cope and adapt to their changing environment.
The Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM) organized a new season of global dialogue to give visibility to indigenous communities and their perspectives on human rights, forest conservation, climate change, and sustainable development in the Amazon region. 
The campaign will share messages from IUCN’s Indigenous Peoples’ Organisation members on the role of indigenous leadership and governance in stewarding and defending nature. Subscribe to the monthly newsletter.
The objective of this webinar is to introduce and showcase five compelling stories. They show how diversification is a solution, both to climate resilience (more secure food from more varied and robust agroforestry systems) and to climate change mitigation (locking carbon into trees and soils in those systems).
The online forum will foster information exchange, capacity enhancement, market engagement, and political action in support of CBNEs. It will provide a venue for sharing, exchanging, partnering, and bringing the issues of the understory to light. 
David Kaimowitz and Myrna Cunningham will speak at the session on the Future of Forest Commons in Latin America, to discuss the recent publication “Forest Governance by Indigenous and Tribal Peoples: An opportunity for climate action in Latin America and the Caribbean.” The objective of the meeting is to promote the exchange...