The African Forest Landscapes Restoration Initiative – AFR100 is the Africa-wide country-led effort to make degraded landscapes productive again – for strong livelihoods, climate mitigation and adaptation and the protection of biodiversity. Founding partners will present and discuss options to achieve the ambitious goal of 100 million hectares by 2030: from pledges to implementation.
BMZ launched the AFR100-Initaitive in support of the international Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) agenda. Addressing a broad range of international and national policy regimes, the side-event recognised that FLR is a true necessity at a time deforestation and degradation because it can counter these phenomena and contribute to sustainable development, food security and the fight against hunger. The event will discuss obstacles to achieving this and the path to strengthening FLR in Africa.
- Global Landscapes Forum Bonn – World Conference Center, high level side event on AFR100 –Second Anniversary- “From commitments to implementation”, 20th December 2017, 11:00-12:30. Download PDF.
Presentation (PDF): Liva Hariniaina Ramiandrarivo