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Accompanying research project on forest landscape restoration and good governance commences in Ethiopia, Madagascar and Togo

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Landscape in Southern Ethiopia

Since November 2021, the ZALF working group "Sustainable Landuse in Developing Countries" takes over the accompanying research on the implementation of the GIZ global project Forests for Future (F4F) for the next four years. It will accompany the implementation of the activities of forest landscape restoration (FLR) implementing organisations in Ethiopia, Togo and Madagascar for the restoration of forest-rich landscapes and good governance in the forest sector.

The research results will help to scientifically underpin the FLR practices developed for each country package, taking into account the respective context-specific ecological, economic and social framework conditions. Kick-off meetings with GIZ and other cooperation partners in the countries took place in December, the first Master thesis projects have started and PhDs are currently being recruited in the respective countries. The TREES team is looking forward to the next four years.


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