The vast majority of Africa’s tropical moist and tropical rainforests exist in West and Central Africa. Western and Central Africa alone accounts for about 8% of all forests in the world, and 25% of global tropical forests. However, the region is fast losing its forest resources through unsustainable land use practices.
The Partnerships for Forests programme aims to reverse this trend in Western and Central Africa by leveraging private sector investment in Forest Partnerships in the cocoa, coffee, oil palm, rubber and timber value chains.
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Partnership for Productivity Protection and Resilience in Cocoa Landscapes launched at 2nd National REDD+ Forum in Ghana
Touton S.A. and partners have today signed an MoU to launch the Partnership for Productivity Protection and Resilience in Cocoa Landscapes (PPRCL). The signing event took place in Accra, Ghana alongside the 2nd National REDD+ Forum instituted by the Ghana Forestry Commission, and was attended by the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo. Signatories
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