Фонд поддержки лесных и фермерских хозяйств

Фонд поддержки лесных и фермерских хозяйств (FFF) оказывает поддержку организациям производителей лесного и фермерского хозяйства (мелким фермерам, группам сельских женщин, местным общинам и учреждениям коренных народов) в целях повышения их технического и делового потенциала, чтобы играть свою важную роль в борьбе с изменением климата и улучшением продовольственной безопасности. FFF также взаимодействует с правительством для разработки межсекторальных механизмов и политических процессов, которые используют вклад сельских жителей. FFF - это партнерство между ФАО, IIED и МСОП и AgriCord. Фактические доноры включают Финляндию, Германию, Швецию и Соединенные Штаты.

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Biodiversity – forest and farm producers are critical agents for a healthy planet. Today is 2020 International Day of the Forest and for that matter, the Ghana Federation of Forest and Farm Producers (GhaFFaP) acknowledges the central role of the forest in ensuring sustainable biodiversity for all forms of live on...
This article analyses how locally-controlled forestry (LCF) enterprises contribute to a broad notion of prosperity as ‘that which people value and have reason to value in line with the common good’.
The Forest and Farm Facility participated in the resource partner consultation of the Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) held in FAO HQ on Friday 29 November 2019. In the context of the UN reform, where flexible and less earmarked funding is encouraged by the new Funding Compact, the FMM becomes a...
With their ability to mobilise 1.5 billion smallholder producers, forest and farm producer organisations (FFPOs) can help drive a paradigm shift away from large-scale monocultural systems, which are vulnerable to climate change and highly inequitable. FFPO businesses embody greater diversity and equity, pursuing market opportunities for a diverse basket of...
As global leaders embrace natural climate solutions at the UN Climate Summit in New York, IIED’s research shows how to tap the potential of nature-based solutions in tackling the impacts of climate change. Read the blog written by Xiaoting Hou Jones and Hannah Reid, IIED.
The concept of value chains for the ‘basket of products’ seeks to recognize the reality of most traditional farming systems. Most family farmers, indigenous peoples and natural resource-dependent producers manage and often sell a range of different products to maintain their livelihoods and to optimize the use of different elements...
As in many African countries, Madagascar’s forests are under increasing pressure from agricultural expansion as growing populations seek to produce more food in an increasingly erratic climate. After a recent visit to the country, Duncan Macqueen reflects on how agroforestry could be a key part of a response.  Madagascar’s expanding population...
Local organisations, thriving amongst smallholders dependent on adjacent forests or trees growing on their farms, constitute perhaps the world’s biggest and most effective force for improved rural livelihoods and sustainability. They face fast changing pressures. Many are likely to find it useful to have an organisational goal of contributing to...

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