This case study shares findings from a Partnerships for Forests (P4F) supported project in Brazil aimed to facilitate access to foreign markets for rural and forest small and medium enterprises which are primarily owned or led by women and traditional communities.
Theme: Indigenous communities
How a French shoe company is protecting forests and improving livelihoods in the Brazilian Amazon: the case of Veja
This case study synthesises several lessons learned by French footwear manufacturer Veja in strengthening a sustainable, and socially responsible native rubber supply chain in Brazil.
Sustainable açaí and heart of palm in Colombia
Presenting the successful story of Planeta, a regional business built around non-timber forest products in the departments of Antioquia and Chocó, in Colombia.
Advancing smallholder farmers’ voices in the Global Platform for Sustainable Natural Rubber
This case study examines how GPSNR went about improving the representation and voice of smallholders across six countries in a meaningful way.
Coopavam: Untapping the green power of Brazil nuts
This video takes a look at how Brazilian cooperative Coopavam is working closely with indigenous communities to protect forests and improve livelihoods in the Amazon, with support from Partnerships for Forests.