Inspiring Practices: Cultivating Inclusive Community Processes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Posted on 13 August 2020
Due to its successes, this model has been adopted by the government for use in other large REDD+ jurisdictional programs.WWF's Inspiring Practices are designed to share forest and climate lessons learned, so that they may be replicated or adapted as appropriate by others for their own forest and climate related work.
This Inspiring Practice describes how WWF and its partners worked with communities in the Maï-Ndombe province of the DRC to improve local governance through the participation of women and Indigenous groups in land-use planning, mapping, decision-making, and other activities essential to conserving the region’s forests and wildlife, tackling deforestation and degradation while building sustainable livelihoods.
Inspiring Practices: Cultivating Inclusive Community Processes in the Democratic Republic of the CongoPDF 2.25 MB
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