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How forest and farm producer organisations deliver social and cultural services

To meet the Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDGs’) aim of leaving no one behind, governments must ensure vulnerable groups have access to social and cultural services. Many of these services are...

Forest and Farm Facility: Collective action towards improved livelihoods and climate-resilient landscapes

The Forest and Farm Facility (FFF) supports forest and farm producers and their organizations (FFPOs) in improving livelihoods, while safeguarding the environment and responding to climate change. Building on phase...

Forest business incubation: the heartbeat of healthy landscape livelihoods

Forest producers and their local organisations often lack the skills they need to maximise sustainable business opportunities that reduce poverty, improve climate resilience and mitigate climate change. Although people working...

Measured development. Options to distinguish and measure the impacts of business models of forest and farm producers

 

This FFF working paper is directed towards the leaders of Forest and Farm Producer Organisations (FFPOs) particularly those involving national or international federations which have a mandate to serve their...

https://youtu.be/fp1ZOcB7qg8

Mikhail Tarasov, Global Forestry Manager IKEA, explains that better market information, including details about buyers’ interests and requests, can help smallholder forest and farm producers, including indigenous groups, to better...

Access to finance for forest and farm producer organisations (FFPOs)

Forest landscapes are inhabited by approximately 1.5 billion people. The aggregate gross annual value of these smallholder producers approaches US$1.3 trillion. Adding value to that production, through financial investment, will...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIjo36WwN6w

Charles Nyanjul describes the comparative advantages of forest and farm producer organizations that make them so well placed to fight hunger, poverty and climate change. Citing from the experience of...

Transforming gender relations: upscaling collective action in women’s entrepreneurship

Strengthening gender equality in business is an important and valid entry point to achieve Sustainable Development Goals that leave no-one behind. Making progress on gender means tackling entrenched power inequalities...

The World’s Largest Private Sector?

More than 1.5 billion smallholders throughout the world depend on forest landscapes to produce food, fuel, timber and non-wood forest products to meet their subsistence needs and generate cash income. Despite the large number...

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