Young people are so important to us. We are stressing youth education in our association. We’re not here forever, so we need to train young people.
- Grecia Magdalena Lopez Peralta, Leader of Women Ramón producer group, Guatemala
New FFF Publication
This publication designed in an innovative format, is a conversation between forest-and-farm producers and governments which took place at the “Family Forestry is Family Farming” event co-organized by the Forest and Farm Facility (FFF) and the International Family Forestry Alliance (IFFA), during the World Forest Week at FAO, Rome, in June 2014. The conversation testifies to the power of cooperation between forest-and-farm families and governments in preparing fertile ground.
Multi-sectoral platform for planning and implementation. How they might better server forest and farm producer.
The Road to Durban
Click here to see how we can ensure that community-forestry practitioners and forest-and-farm producer organizations make their views known at the WIV World Forestry Congress.
Progress in the countries
New countries selected for FFF support
Bolivia, Kenya, Vietnam, and Zambia have been selected by an experts panel as the next four partner countries for the Forest and Farm Facility.
An important dimension of the Forest and Farm Facility is to strengthen smallholder, women, community and Indigenous Peoples’ producer organizations for business/livelihoods and policy engagement. Click here to see recent activities implemented in support of producer organizations.
Over the past years FAO, IIED, IUCN and the WB have been working together through the Growing Forest Partnerships. They have collaborated to develop the FFF and will implement it jointly.