WHAT WE DO
PROJECT & PROGRAMS.
Promoting Sustainable Forest Management
Prioritize prudent forest management practices, including forest restoration, ecosystem protection, efficient use of resources, and handling conflicts of interest between conservation and the economy
Developing a Sustainable Economic Model
Promote the development of economic models that value forest sustainability, such as a sustainable timber industry, the development of responsible ecotourism, and the sustainable use of forest resources for value-added products.
Strengthening Community Participation
Encourage the active participation of local communities in decision-making related to forest conservation and use of forest resources, and ensure that they receive equitable benefits from forest-related economic activities.
Raising Awareness and Education
Educating the public about the importance of forest conservation and the economic benefits that can be generated from the sustainable use of forest resources, with the aim of creating a better understanding of the relationship between conservation and economic well-being.
Building Strong Partnerships
Develop strategic partnerships with various parties, including governments, international institutions, the private sector and civil society, to combine the interests of forest conservation and economic prosperity, as well as increase capacity in implementing sustainable practices.
Measuring Impact and Success
Develop indicators and measurement methods that can identify and evaluate the impact of forest conservation on economic well-being, including increasing income, creating jobs, and improving the quality of life of local communities.