Updates

  • 13 April 2011

    London was the venue of the 7th event on Investing in Locally Controlled Forestry. The idea and the need of a two day writeshop was developed as a follow up to the field dialogue in Kenya in December 2010.

  • 13 April 2011

    IIED just produced a film and video guide to provide a simple overview of film or video-making with some elementary guidance on both the technical and practical side of the process.

  • 04 April 2011
  • 04 April 2011

    The pinugo or muyung is an indigenous system of forest management unique to the people of Ifugao, one of the seven major ethno-linguistic groups inhabiting the Philippine Cordillera.

  • 03 April 2011

    Linking forest communities through radio in Nepal  | Knowledge sharing: the country exchanges  | A GFP Guatemala success story  | GFP progress in Liberia  | Outcomes of the Mid-Term Review

  • 03 April 2011

    A Round Table Interaction on Forest Policy Process in Nepal 4 February 2011, Kathmandu 

  • 02 April 2011

    The 2011 International Year of Forests was launched in Guatemala on 23 February with the slogan: ‘Forests for the people’.

  • 31 March 2011

    In Mozambique, 10,823,000 people out of a total of 15,278,000 live in rural areas mostly in small communities within 40km of the coast where subsistence agriculture, forest resources and artisanal fisheries constitute the main options for income generation. Poverty in these rural areas and amolngst forest-dependent communities is widespread.

  • 31 March 2011

    The Forestry Entrepreneurship and Joint Forest Management Project started collecting baseline information from forestry sector companies in March 2004. By end of the year all of them (67) were interviewed in the Project provinces: Sofala, Zambezia and Cabo Delgado. The data collection focused on technical and economic aspects of the companies.

  • 31 March 2011

    A number of partner organisations recently undertook a two year process of forest policy support to Proagri in Mozambique (including Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, UICN-Mocambique, CTA, the