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This video presents the impact of Forest and Farm Facility activities in the empowerment of Mayangna women. Through its support, FFF helped Mayangna women to reduce poverty and improve food security in the indigenous Mayangna community. The Mayangna group is the second largest indigenous group in Nicaragua, with over 18,000...
“The time has come for us to unite and address our challenges together as tree nursery operators” . This is the statement done by about 120 participants, women and men, ranging from tree nursery operators, agro-forestry farmer groups, county government and national regulatory and research institutions, national and international development...
Boris Fernández Arancibia , FFF Facilitor in Bolivia, explains how territorial management plan is a great tool to contribute to reduce poverty and increase food security. FFF support to the Association of Joint Working Groups on natural resources management, mainly coffee and Chiquitana nut (MINGA) has allowed for the piloting...
13 February 2017, Rome – More financial support to invest in plantations and in improved techniques for harvesting and processing are needed to increase the contribution of forests and trees to rural livelihoods in Southeast Asia, according to recent case studies published by FAO. The report, Forests and trees supporting rural livelihoods: Case...
Preserving culture and improving livelihoodsTelma Maria Rena Ramirez, a member of the Bonanza municipality of Mayangna Territory, belongs to a group of indigenous Mayangna women who work with the bark of the native tuno tree to make handicrafts, such as bags, folders and wallets. “This is a raw material that...