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Our work is vital to the future of the world's rainforests

Our work is vital to the future of the world's rainforests

 

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Asháninka cocoa growers sign landmark agreement

Kemito Ene, the cooperative representing hundreds of Asháninka cocoa producers in Peru, has just signed an agreement to export 90 tonnes of certified organic cocoa for the international market.

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RFUK launches new interactive website on the human impacts of protected areas

Drawing on publicly available information as well as RFUK’s own field research, Rainforest Parks and People features 34 protected areas across the Congo Basin.

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DRC: National roundtable sets the stage for a new era of community forestry

A third national Roundtable on Community Forestry took place this month in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), bringing together 90 stakeholders from across Congolese society.

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New hope for Madre de Dios rainforest

Two additional indigenous communities in the Madre de Dios region of the Amazon rainforest will now take part in our real-time monitoring project in Peru - thanks to the generous donations made during our summer appeal.

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From the Forest

Aldo Soto is the Rainforest Foundation UK’s Programme Coordinator for Peru. He is currently in the Madre de Dios region of the Peruvian Amazon, where we are working with indigenous communities to protect their rainforest.

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From the Forest

Nora Serrat is the Rainforest Foundation UK’s Programme Coordinator for Cameroon. In March she met with local partner organisations in Yaoundé, to discuss plans the next phase of our mapping project.

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