Mecanismo para Bosques y Fincas

El Mecanismo para Bosques y Fincas (FFF) ofrece apoyo a las organizaciones de productores forestales y agrícolas (pequeños productores agrícolas, grupos de mujeres rurales, comunidades locales e instituciones de pueblos indígenas) para aumentar sus capacidades técnicas y empresariales y para que puedan tener su papel tan importante en la lucha contra el cambio climático y en el mejoramiento de la seguridad alimentaria. El FFF también colabora con los gobiernos para elaborar mecanismos intersectoriales y procesos políticos que aprovechan la contribución de los habitantes de las zonas rurales. El FFF es una asociación entre FAO, IIED, UICN y AgriCord. Entre sus donante actuales se incluyen Alemania, la Unión Europea a través del programa FAO-EU FLEGT, Finlandia, IKEA, Suecia,  los Estados Unidos de América, y los países bajos.  

Cuestiones clave

The conference will be an occasion for sharing and learning common challenges and lessons learnt on developing climate-resilience business models with forest and farm producer organisations. How business models can foster diversification – not uniformity.
Join us on the 1st of June at Sida in Stockholm, for a day filled with experiences from the ground on the agency of farmer and forest associations, Indigenous Peoples and local communities, youth and women in the climate, biodiversity and food security crises.
Cécile Ndjebet, our FFF Steering Committee member, and co-founder and director of REFACOF is the winner of the 2022 Wangari Maathai Forest Champions Award. The FFF congratulates Cécile for her work with rural women to ensure their rights to land and forests.
The Forest and Farm Facility has been engaged in the organization of three events. You can watch the replay of our events. Learn more about FFF's participation in this year's World Forestry Congress. 
Under the framework of the UN Decade of Family Farming, FAO developed this bief to assist its Members to implement context-specific interventions focused on the multidimensionality of family farming. 
FFF rend hommage à Lucie Noasilalao, femme remarquable, Présidente de la Plateforme Nationale Femme, Développement Durable et Sécurité Alimentaire, pour ses engagements et son dynamisme dans la valorisation et la conservation de l’environnement à Madagascar. Elle restera à jamais dans nos cœurs.
Only 10 percent of global funds reach the local level, with just 1.7 percent accessible to locally controlled organizations. Accessing climate funding can require complicated applications to government and finance authorities.This new toolkit empowers producer organizations to present themselves as the right partners for financing. 
This global campaign was designed in 2021 to amplify messages from Indigenous leaders on conservation and environmental action, and to help raise attention to the World Summit of Indigenous Peoples and Nature hosted at the IUCN's World Conservation Congress.