GACF Annual Meeting and Workshop

  • Published: 09.07.2011
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • GACF Annual Meeting and workshop is organised in Lombok, Indonesia, July 9th to 10th 2011 in conjunction with the confence on "Forest Tenure, Governance and Enterprise.

    With the agenda of building strong collaboration between the community based network and federations, GACF is going to organized program on the theme “Strengthening community forestry networks and federations to secure tenure rights, strengthening community based forest enterprises and enhancing the livelihood of the forest dependent poor peoples” starting from July 9 to 10, 2011, Lumbok, Indonesia in conjunction with “Forest Tenure, Governance and Enterprise: Experiences and Opportunities for Asia in a Changing Context from July 11 to 15, 2011.

    The program will cater a platform to explore the existing status of network and federation throughout the region where discussion will led to identifying key learning, challenges, opportunities and future direction of each respective country in relation to fortifying their federations/network status. This workshop and meeting will bring the common community position on climate change, forest tenure reform, alternative enterprise, poverty reduction, REDD+ and other concerning policies.

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    Rights and Resource Initiatives (RRI), RECOFTC, GFP, IUCN, IIED

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