Making Forest Conservation A Priority
This TBA course responds to the great need for training opportunities to help guide informed decision making about the management, use and restoration of tropical forests. Tailored to the needs of participants, it can help to ensure that reforestation projects succeed.
Impact of the Course: David Kihagi
Impact of the Course: Adophe Lehavana
The Programme Will Cover:
We help managers to understand the social and political context of their own projects, because there is no single solution to restoring degraded forest land.
People often think that restoring forest is simply a question of planting more trees, but this is not necessarily the answer. Our course helps managers to evaluate which approach is best for them.
The programme is tailored to develop to strengthen relevant skills and knowledge, including:
- How to identify the drivers and underlying causes of forest degradation, and to integrate these into specific project aims.
- Understanding and evaluating the range of restoration approaches.
- Designing effective restoration plans, which incorporate diverse stakeholders.
- How to measure impact.
Who Is This Course For?
Managers with responsibility for the restoration and sustainable management of degraded forest land.
What Our Attendees Say
Democratic Republic Of Congo
Rakotonarivo Rinah Zo Nandrianina