USAID Promotes Equity in Forest Governance in Lower Mekong

The Equity Effect: To preserve the forest and avoid degradation, we help empower forest-dependent communities by informing them of their rights. Clearing a path out of poverty on the local level has shown to be effective in mitigating the negative effects of climate change. Villagers can engage in the decision-making process and gain a fair share of the benefits from forest resources. Watch this fun animation and help promote equity in the forest!

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Sustainable Landscapes, Mitigation, Forestry, Conflict and Governance

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