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The Center for People and Forests.

RECOFTC’s mission:

To enhance capacities for stronger rights, improved governance and fairer benefits for local people in sustainable forested landscapes in the Asia and the Pacific region.

As assessed by an independent mid-term review of the Center’s work conducted in 2011, RECOFTC has been successful in fulfilling its mission and achieving positive results. The review commended RECOFTC as an organization uniquely endowed with the skills, credibility, knowledge and committed staff to continue to expand its impact. More recently, an independent stakeholder review conducted in 2013 confirmed that RECOFTC is deemed highly relevant, has a recognized niche, and is effective in contributing to the outcomes desired by national governments and development partners.

This strategic plan for 2013-2018 builds upon the gains of the previous phase and identifies clearer strategic outcomes that RECOFTC hopes to achieve through partnerships during the next five years. Emerging issues such as landscape approaches, food, water and energy security and rural out-migration, and their linkages to community forestry will be explored. RECOFTC will also strengthen its rights-based approach founded on the three underlying principles that strong and secure rights, good governance and fair benefits are the basis of sustainable forest management.

RECOFTC Resources

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Moving from information dissemination to community participation in forest landscapes cover image
Relatórios e Pesquisa
Documentos e Resumos de Políticas
Agosto 2017

Traditionally, in the context of environment and natural resources management, many communication efforts have focused on the dissemination of technical information to end-users who were expected to adopt them. Development practitioners were trying to ‘push’ their products on communities in order to receive community commitment to their development initiatives.

Documentos e Resumos de Políticas
Janeiro 2010

Most ethnic minorities in Vietnam such as the Vietnamese-Thai, Tay, Nung, Hmong, Muong and Dao have a special relationship with the land, elements and other living creatures. This relationship goes beyond mere economic interests to cultural and spiritual connections to the places they have inhabited for generations.

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