Impact Areas

We seek to establish more inclusive and equitable governance and management of forests and trees in three impact areas: participatory forest and landscape restoration; community forest management and conservation; and diversified production systems. Across these impact areas, we pay particular attention to gender equality and youth engagement, financial capacities and linkages, and locally responsive policies. These themes support progress in each impact area.


Community forest management and conservation

Inclusive and equitable governance of community managed forests, to ensure that communities benefit.


 Participatory forest and landscape restoration

Bottom up restoration initiatives in degraded landscapes, based on improved livelihoods and economic opportunities for smallholders.


Diversified production systems

The use of agroforestry and incentives for the sustainable production of commodities and forest products, to prevent deforestation and support food security and livelihoods.