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.


The objective of the conference is to promote understanding and sharing of knowledge, good practices and solutions among and between scholars, practitioners, private sector and policy makers on sustainable and equitable wood fuel value chains and to advocate and explore strategies for their scaling-up.
Preserving Latin America’s forests is vital to fight the climate crisis and deforestation is lower in indigenous territories. Read the article about the new report produced by FAO and the Fund for the Development of Indigenous Peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean (Filac).
“Indigenous peoples and Afro-descendants in the forest areas of Latin America have done a great job of taking care of their forests,” said David Kaimowitz, manager of the forest and farm facility at FAO and lead author of the report. 
Based on a review of more than 300 studies, the new report will reveal for the first time the extent to which science has shown that Indigenous and Tribal Peoples are the best guardians of the forests of Latin America and the Caribbean. Watch the Press Conference.
These climate resilience case studies were prepared by forest and farm producer organizations in the partner countries of the FFF. It describes the actions of the communities to find nature based solutions that give climate resilience.
Women from the AMPB are changing the game, at the local level and at  the international level, by protecting forests and building their resilience to climate change. Pauline Buffle, from IUCN, wrote this blog at the occasion of the AMPB's 10th anniversary. 
David comes to the Forest and Farm Facility from serving as a Senior Advisor to the Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA) and senior consultant to the Latin American Regional Office of the FAO. He brings to the position extensive experience as a manager, rural policy analyst, grant-maker, communications strategist,...
In this report published by We Effect (FFF partner), you can read about how economic interests combined with climate change are increasing global pressure on land and natural resources. At the same time civic space is shrinking and defenders of human rights and the environment are being threatened and murdered....