Revamping RECOFTC.org

RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests has new online home: a one-stop shop for clear information about community forestry in Asia and the Pacific

The new RECOFTC.org is now live. With a fresh user-friendly design, the site presents clear information about community forestry in Asia and the Pacific.

The Our Focus section provides context and explanations about key issues for forestry in the region, including community-based management, responses to climate change, addressing forest conflict, and improving livelihoods, and the importance of strong rights, good governance, and fair benefits.

We also describe the recent trends in community forest management in the region, with targeted attention on the status of forestry in the four countries where we have program offices: Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.

In the Media Center, you can access all of RECOFTC’s papers, tool kits, manuals, briefs, and other publications; follow news updates and find commentaries; watch videos; and find events. You can also browse publications by theme, such as climate change.

The Services section shares information about RECOFTC’s training courses, materials, study tours, and action learning programs. In this section, you can also find out about our advising, consulting, and event management and learn more about renting our facilities in Bangkok.

RECOFTC.org will share regular updates, and we will continue to look for ways to improve it for our readers. If you have suggestions for the site, please drop us a line or leave a comment to let us know!

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