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Failing Forests: The World Bank’s flagship REDD+ programme ten years on

More than a dozen environmental NGOs have written to the World Bank to call for the suspension of its flagship programme to reduce emissions from tropical deforestation and degradation.

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Aid-funded conservation guards accused of extrajudicial killing

The Rainforest Foundation UK and three leading Congolese human rights organisations are calling for an investigation into a new case of extrajudicial killing of a man by ‘eco-guards’ in Republic of Congo.

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RFUK calls for zero tolerance to human rights abuses in Africa’s national parks

Protected areas are having a devastating impact on the rights and livelihoods of forest communities in Africa’s Republic of Congo, a report published today by the Rainforest Foundation UK, reveals.

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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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