Forests and Biodiversity

Préserver et restaurer les écosystèmes terrestres, en veillant à les exploiter de façon durable, gérer durablement les forêts, lutter contre la désertification, enrayer et inverser le processus de dégradation des sols et mettre fin à l’appauvrissement de la biodiversité
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Evaluation document

Ex Post Written and Audiovisual Evaluation of the Limpopo National Park Development Project

The Limpopo National Park (LNP) is one of the largest parks in Mozambique. It covers 11,230 km 2 (an area the size of Ile-de-France) and is part of a larger transfrontier park ...
Sep 2016
Evaluation document

Agroecology: Evaluation of 15 Years of AFD Support

This document is a summary of the final report on the external evaluation of 15 years of support actions by Agence Française de Développement and the French Facility for ...
Oct 2014
Evaluation document

The forest sector in countries of the Congo Basin: 20 years of AFD Intervention

The concept of sustainable forest management emerged at the Earth Summit held in Rio in 1992. It entails the conservation and enhancement, for the welfare of present and future generations, of ...
May 2012
Research document

Exploring Environmental Complementarity between Types of Protected Areas in Kenya

The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment has clearly demonstrated that all the Earth‘s ecosystems have now been dramatically transformed through human actions. The resulting biodiversity loss is undermining the provision of ...
Apr 2014
Research document

Cocoa farmers’ agricultural practices and livelihoods in Côte d’Ivoire

Cocoa production in Côte d‘Ivoire has more than doubled over the last four decades, from 565 thousand tons in 1984 to approximatively 1.5 million tons in recent years. This increase has ...
Dec 2016
Research document

Atolls and climate change: Strengthening resilience

At just a few meters above the waves, the atolls or low-lying coral islands surrounding a lagoon are one of the areas the most exposed to the many consequences of ...
Nov 2016
Research document

The effectiveness of an environmental credit line in Egypt: Synergies between market incentive and binding regulations

Among the many embodiments of the global sustainable development project, “green finance” is gaining ground and profile. Designed to both avoid investments with a negative environmental impact and make investments ...
Sep 2016
Video

Khampheng and the custodians of a natural treasure in Laos

Kampheng Pahtvisay takes us to the heart of the national protected area of Nam Et-Phou Louey in northern Laos. This area – an exceptional reservoir of biodiversity – is the setting for ...
May 2018
Video

Mekong: the challenges of common management

The Mekong River is a common good and its fairly-shared management can be a source of peace and development. This delta is one the biggest water reservoirs in the world ...
Mar 2018
Video

An oasis in the desert

Marsabit forest, a natural space surrounded by desert, covers an area of over 16,000 hectares. This region in the North of Kenya hosts a core resource for neighboring communities and significant ...
Mar 2018
Video

What is a sustainable agriculture sector?

In developing countries, many farmers live in poverty. How can the situation be reversed? Is it possible to give priority to environmentally friendly agricultural practices while allowing everyone to earn ...
Feb 2016