Partnerships for Forests catalyses investments in which the private sector, public sector and communities can achieve shared value from sustainable forests and sustainable land use.
We are an incubator; through grant support and technical assistance, we develop partnerships between the private sector, the public sector and communities that generate the same, or better, returns from forests and sustainable land use as from unsustainable practices.
Our portfolio consists primarily of Forest Partnerships which currently span three hotspot regions for tropical deforestation – West and Central Africa, East Africa, and Southeast Asia. These are supported by our global projects that aim to strengthen demand for sustainable commodities and create an enabling environment for sustainable investments.
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We are always looking for new ideas for partnerships that can catalyse investment in forests and sustainable land use. If you have an idea for a Forest Partnership, enabling conditions project or a demand-side project, you can send it to us through our online application portal.
News & Events
Forum for The Future of Agriculture 2018
Partnerships for Forests’ Deputy Team Leader and Regional Director for Southeast Asia – Morten Rosse – spoke at the Forum for The Future of Agriculture 2018, held in Brussels on 27 March 2018.
- March 27, 2018
Second Annual AFR100 Partnership Conference
The East Africa team contributed to White Papers presented at the conference, and presented at a session on ‘Mobilising Resources for Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR): Options from public and private funding’ at the Second Annual AFR100 Partnership Conference.
- September 26, 2017
Procurement for an Auditor Palladium seeks to procure an Auditor to conduct audits on a number of Grants between 2018 and 2020, so as to verify that recipients of Partnerships for Forests grant funds have expended those funds in accordance with the terms of their Grant Agreements. The procurement will consist of 4 Lots and
by Bruce Cabarle In late October, it was announced that we are 1000 days away from the deadline laid out in the 2014 New York Declaration on Forests under which nearly 200 countries, companies and communities pledged to end deforestation by 2020. Announcements this year suggest we are a long way away from being on
The Ghana Forestry Commission, Form Ghana Ltd., Form International, the Berekum Traditional Council and the Berekum Municipal Assembly have today signed an MoU to undertake landscape restoration in and around the heavily degraded Tain II Forest Reserve in Ghana’s Brong Ahafo Region. The signing event took place at the Head Office of the Forestry Commission