Updates

  • 16 December 2011

    IFFA report back on G3 participation at COP17 in Durban.

  • 16 December 2011

    Ghana’s civil society organisations (CSOs) have for some time now dedicated their efforts at examining various forest sector initiatives, the likely impacts of their implementation on the livelihoods of local communities and the role CSOs could play in implementing these initiatives.

  • 16 December 2011

    Ghana’s civil society organisations (CSOs) have for some time now dedicated their efforts at examining various forest sector initiatives, the likely impacts of their implementation on the livelihoods of local communities and the role CSOs could play in implementing these initiatives.

  • 09 December 2011

    GFP Nepal journalist - Ramesh Prasad Bhushal reports from COP17 which he is attending as a Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) fellow, with the support of Growing Forest Partnerships.

  • 09 December 2011

    GFP Nepal journalist - Ramesh Prasad Bhushal reports from COP17 which he is attending as a Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) fellow, with the support of Growing Forest Partnerships.

  • 06 December 2011

    The G3 alliances - GACF, IAITPTF and IFFA - have been busy in Durban during the UNFCCC's COP 17.

  • 05 December 2011

    On 1 August 2011, Growing Forest Partnerships (GFP) in-country partners in Nepal organised another Ban Chautari round-table event in order to tackle the complex issue of forest enterprise in community forestry. This report summarizes the discussion and conclusions from the event.

  • 02 December 2011

    This report provides an overview and analysis of the background, context and development of the Growing Forest Partnerships initiative in Guatemala.

  • 30 November 2011

    Until 2006, Shanta Chaudhary was a bonded labourer who had never attended school. But today this accidental politician chairs Nepal’s parliamentary committee on Natural Resources and Means and is responsible for government policy on land, water, forests and the environment.

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  • 30 November 2011

    Community forestry projects left unfinanced due to lack of state funds (Guatemala) | Investing in locally controlled forestry in Burkina Faso | New regulation aims to reform chain saw milling in Liberia | Impact of two decades of development assistance on Ghana’s forestry sector | GFP Nepal involves sidelined timber traders in discussions | Planning for the future with the G3 | Future of GFP: a work in progress