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Land Rights and Forest Governance of Communities in Honduras

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  • 2015
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  • FederaciĆ³n de Productores Agroforestales de Honduras

ICCO Cooperation, with the Mesoamerican Alliance of Peoples and Forests (AMPB), and the Federation of Honduran Agro Forest Producers (FEPROAH), works to strengthen land rights and forest governace of communities in Honduras, as means to achieve food security and sustainability.

The AMPB evolved as a platform of indigenous territorial governments and community forestry organizations; its members represent many of the communities that live on the most densely-forested lands in Mesoamerica.

Federacion de Productores Agroforestales de Honduras (FEPROAH) is a second level institution made up of 52 community organizations that perform community forestry in 400,000 hectares of forest in Honduras; all those local organizations bring together more that 15,000 people.

This project supports internal strengthening of these grassroots organizations, which work in a highly unstable and threatening environment characterized by low political support to community forest management, institutional weakness and consequently low capacity of territorial control.

Forest Governance Project: agroforestry communities, Honduras

The Forest Governance Project, financed by the European Union, is developed in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, by ...

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  • 2017
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Forest Governance Project: Miskitu People, Honduras

The Forest Governance Project, financed by the European Union, is developed in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, by ...

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  • 2017
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Forest Governance Project: MAPF

The Forest Governance Project, funded by the European Union, is developed in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, by ...

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  • 2017
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