The latest edition of FAO’s Nature & Faune’ magazine features an article on Trees for Global Benefit as a model which demonstrates that through a combination of effective participation and efficient financing models, it is possible for African countries to address the combined challenge of poverty, ecosystem degradation and climate change.

The article has been published in a newly-revamped version of Nature & Faune that features success stories from Africa speaking to reversing the trend of biodiversity degradation and loss. The FAO Africa regional office in Ghana presented this as part of the initiative to welcome the two timely UN decades spearheaded by the FAO in collaboration with other UN agencies i.e. the UN Decade for Family Farming 2019 – 2028 and the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration 2021 – 2028.

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