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森林与农场基金(FFF)支持森林和农业生产者组织(小农、农村妇女团体、当地社区和原住民机构)增强技术和经营能力,从而发挥其对应对气候变化和改善粮食安全水平的宝贵作用。森林与农场基金还与政府合作,开发能够调动农村民众群策群力的跨部门机制和政策进程。森林与农场基金是粮农组织、国际环境与发展研究所和国际自然保护联盟以及AgriCord之间的伙伴关系。现有捐助者包括芬兰、德国、瑞典和美国。

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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...
Indigenous peoples living in and around forests face unique challenges that FAO, working with such communities and their governments, is helping to address, as a new FAO publication released at a side event at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues-18 describes.
Global farmers affirmed the vital relevance of small-holders at the World Rural Forum in Bilbao, Spain recently, highlighting how through innovative approaches they will contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals over the next ten years. Read the blog of Duncan Macqueen, principal researcher, Natural Resources research group, IIED.

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