RECOFTC
Stories
Stories of Change
Taking a landscape approach in implementing activities is central to RECOFTC’s upcoming strategic plan. A landscape approach focuses on stakeholders...
Perspectives
Free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) is based on principles of self-determination. It underpins the collective right of indigenous peoples and...
Stories of Change
The livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people in the Asia-Pacific region are dependent upon forest resources. Their livelihoods are strongly...
Stories of Change
Forest landscape restoration (FLR) offers a way to restore both degraded forests as well as the surrounding degraded landscape whilst offering...
Stories of Change
While there are a number of legal entitlements for women to assert their voices in forest decision-making processes, land rights advocacy groups are...
Stories of Change
Stories of Change
Nguyen Khac Lam, from the Nghe An Forest Protection and Development Fund, uses participatory and bottom up approaches in transforming forest...
Stories of Change
Bounchanh Lattanavongkot, Chief Deputy of the Provincial Forest Department in Luang Prabang and Manager of the Luang Prabang Teak Management Office...
Notes from the Field
On 21 March 2016, RECOFTC, FAO and UNEP celebrated the International Day of Forests with six local high schools and two universities at the FAO...