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The Forest Management Plan (FMP) is the main tool for sustainable management of commercial forests in Central Africa. It is designed to ensure the industry is profitable for public and private stakeholders while preserving the goods and services provided by these forests (biodiversity, carbon...
Published in June 2023
Three quarters of the population in Latin America live in cities, which have been developed with no regard for the rich biodiversity which flourishes alongside them in the tropical climate. However, the way in which these cities are being designed and developed is starting to change, with nature...
Published in June 2023
In focus: the forests of Central Africa. A priceless biodiversity reserve, the forests of Central Africa cover around 200 million hectares, almost one-quarter of which is used for industrial timber production. The second largest tropical forest range on Earth - after the Amazon...
Published in March 2023
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The BRIDGE Project seeks to promote strategic alliances between the private sector and CTFs that are part of RedLAC (Latin American and Caribbean Network of Environmental Funds) and CAFÉ (Consortium of African Funds for the Environment), to jointly achieve the 2030 action goals for biodiversity...
Published in November 2022
Since its creation in 1994, the FFEM has favoured innovative environmental projects that can be replicated at larger scale. To do so, it is essential to capitalise on experiences gained from these projects and to learn from them in order to improve future projects. That’s why the FFEM is...
Published in August 2021
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Mauritania is characterized by fast-growing fisheries that have developed over the past several decades from low levels of fishing to intense fishing and have led to severe decreases in biomass and severe signs of overexploitation. To ensure sustainable fisheries, a primary goal of science-based...
Published in September 2020
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To address the large number of approaches to implementing pastoral units, in 2017 Agronomes et Vétérinaires Sans Frontières, under the co-ordination of the Ministry of Livestock and Animal Production, compiled a Guide to implementing and managing Pastoral Units in Senegal. This...
Published on 09 Feb 2021
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Pastoral livestock is essential to the survival of communities, as it allows them to develop and maintain otherwise unusable land. This is the situation in the Ferlo region of north-eastern Senegal, where most of the population depends on herding and transhumance for their food and other needs....
Published in July 2020