IFFA would like to highlight small landowners’ contribution to climate action, better livelihoods, clean water, erosion control and the possibility to send children to school. This is some of the benefit small scale forestry gives to the family, the community and the larger society.
IFFA delivered the opening statement1 May 2017 to the 12th session of the United Nations Forum on Forests on behalf of Famers and Small Forest Landowners Major Group.
Over 150 In IFFA Africa 2 Forest Producer Conference
Second Pan-African forest and farm producer organisations conference on exchanging experiences on business, innovation, youth and gender took place in Morogoro, Tanzania 28-29th of September 2017.
Declaration from the Africa 2 Conference
The Africa 2 Forest Producer organisation conference in Tanzania 28-19 September 2017 approved a declaration by acclamation.
The declaration contains commitments by the participants and their call for action from governments and international partner organisations.
Family Forestry Faces
Family Forestry Faces Project
Family forestry is not only the forest, but the people who lives in and lives of the forestry as well.
Behind every forest there is families and faces. IFFA will expose some of the faces in family forestry, community forestry and among indigenous peoples in order for others to better understand the vital combination of forest and peoples in and of the forest.