On the occasion of World Ocean Day, the French Facility for Global Environment is publishing a new brochure showcasing its work in supporting aquatic ecosystems, one of its priority themes ever since its foundation.
For the last 15 years, the Small-scale Initiatives Programme (PPI) has been supporting African civil society organisations (CSO) acting to conserve nature. The programme has just released new videos based on testimonials from its beneficiaries.
The “Sustainable cocoa industry” agroforestry project supported by the FFEM and notably implemented by the Kaoka company is presented in the latest issue of the Proparco review “Private Sector and Development” featuring biodiversity preservation by the private sector.
The SEP2D programme is reaching completion, and there will be a closing seminar 7-8 April. This is the time to assess the programme’s activity and outline the prospects for the conservation and enhancement of tropical plant biodiversity. Stéphanie Bouziges-Eschmann, the FFEM’s Secretary-General, will be on the panel “What are the financing strategies for biodiversity conservation?“ which is taking place on 8 April between 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm
The Dynafac collective, supported by the FFEM, now has its new website online. This new information platform will showcase Dynafac’s nurturing of technical and scientific skills to help the forests in Central Africa.