In our international activity engagement, we directly address four of the seventeen United Nation Sustainable Development Goals:

Goal 4: Quality Education. Goal 13: Climate Action. Goal 15: Life on Land. Goal 17: Partnership for the Goals.

In corporation with private, public and civil society partners, we work on these thematic areas which are rooted in our organization’s background, core competences, mission and vision:

Establishment and strengthening of forest and natural resource based associations:

Association Building Nepal
  • Mobilization of communities and organization of farmers
  • Establishment and management of member owned, democratic associations with professional extension services
  • Nursery establishment, management and seedling production
  • Training assistance (e.g. technical, entrepreneurial, and advocacy skills)
  • Development of viable business plans for tree based income generation
  • Market linkage

Promotion and strengthening of interactive environmental education:

Interactive Environmental Education Nepal
  • Promotion of hands-on and interactive environmental education
  • Development of local curriculum and training manuals
  • Coordination with national education institutions and ministries
  • Advocacy towards official education system to improve quality of educatoin in enviornment

Civil society capacity building:

  • Project design, planning and monitoring
  • Organizational management
  • Advocacy related to land-use/rights
  • Technical training i.e. Community forest management, agroforestry design, watershed management, business planning, nursery establishment, GIS etc.

Ad hoc consultancy services:

Acacia Nursery Vietnam
  • Climate change mitigation and adaptation (CDM, JI, REDD+)
  • Afforestation
  • Agroforestry / forest management
  • Biomass/biofuel generation and supply chain management
  • Forest and non-timber certification
  • Forest Management Planning: Spatial planning, resource mapping, inventory, digitizing of maps, GIS support etc.
  •  Marketing, market surveys, market and business strategies.
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Swedish farmers, scientists and organizations have started experimenting with agroforestry. Should Denmark follow suit?

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Usually you reap what you sow. But when fields are merged with forest we can reap new environmental and socioeconomic benefits

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