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Why APFNet membership?

Members are the foundation of the APFNet and make it possible to keep doing many things toward our mission to promote sustainable management of regional forests, from providing direction and advice to APFNet's development through the Council and the Board of Directors, to supporting specific APFNet Programs, research and co-hosting events, and to nominating resource persons for high quality activities and expected outcomes. Membership is also about our collective power as a community. By joining together—truly associating—we demonstrate to the wider world the vitality of forest sectors and its healing power to meet the crises facing regional forestry today.

 

     In turn, APFNet membership provides great benefits:

- access to and funding support for APFNet regular thematic trainings, scholarship programs and study tours that facilitate vision widening and capacity building

-  opportunities to apply for funding for forest projects and research in support of members' strategies and priorities in forestry

-  wealth of information and inspiration through APFNet members' network and our newsletters and publications

- opportunities to become partner through enhanced and long-term

 

Who can be our members?

APFNet is open to the Asia and the Pacific and welcomes participation from all economies civil society organizations, the private sector, academic forestry institutions and international organizations active in the Asia Pacific region.

 

     APFNet membership is categorized as

Category A    a)  APEC economies (Represented by government agencies);

                    b)  Non-APEC economies in the Asia-Pacific region (Represented by government agencies);

Category B    c)   International/regional intergovernmental organizations and international/regional non-governmental organizations operating in the Asia-Pacific region;

Category C    d)  Domestic forestry-related academic institutions and domestic non-governmental organizations in the Asia-Pacific region; and

                    e)  Forests and forestry related enterprises operating in the Asia-Pacific region.

 

How to apply?

An entity intended to become an APFNet member is requested to submit

a)  a signed confirmation to accept and support APFNet Operational Framework

b)  a letter of intent


A membership applicant falling into type d) or e) is additionally requested to present the endorsement of the economy (through the representing/authority government agency) where the applicant is headquartered.

 

Membership applications will be considered by APFNet Council at its annual meeting.

 

Details on the procedures can be viewed in APFNet membership procedures.Assistance on application could be gained by contacting luqian@apfnet.cn.

 

Current members  

APFNet currently has 31 members, including 26 economies and 5 international organizations in the Asia-Pacific region.APFNet members are reached through their Representatives to the Council and contact persons.

 


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APFNet Membership

Last updated 13 June 2018

Members

Membership type

Representing agency

Australia[AU]

A(a)

Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

(former Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

Bangladesh[BD]

A(b)

Ministry of Environment and Forestry 

Brunei Darussalam[BN]

A(a)

Ministry of Primary Resources and Tourism

(former Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources)

Cambodia[KH]

A(b)

Forestry Administration, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Canada[CA]

A(a)

Canadian Forest Service

P.R. China[CN]

A(a)

National Forestry and Grassland Administration

(former State Forestry Administration)

Fiji[FJ]

A(b)

Ministry of Forests 

(former Ministry of Fisheries and Forests)

Hong Kong, China[HK]

A(a)

Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department

India[IN]

A(b)

Ministry of Environment and Forests

Government of India

Indonesia[ID]

A(a)

Ministry of Environment and Forestry

Lao PDR[LA]

A(b)

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

Malaysia[MY]

A(a)

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment

Mexico[MX]

A(a)

National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR)

Mongolia[MN]

A(b)

Ministry of Environment, Green Development and Tourism of Mongolia (former Ministry of Environment and Green Development)

Myanmar[MM]

A(b)

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation(former Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry)

Nepal[NP]

A(b)

Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation

New Zealand[NZ]

A(a)

Ministry for Primary Industries

Papua New Guinea[PG]

A(a)

PNG Forest Authority, National Forest Service 

Peru[PE]

A(a)

Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation(former Ministry of Agriculture)

the Philippines[PH]

A(a)

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Singapore[SG]

A(a)

National Biodiversity Centre Division

Sri Lanka[LK]

A(b)

Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment

(former Ministry of Environment)

Chinese Taipei[CT]

A(a)

Forestry Bureau, Council of Agriculture 

Thailand[TH]

A(a)

Royal Forest Department

United States[US]

A(a)

U.S. Department of State

Viet Nam[VN]

A(a)

Ministry of Agricultural and Rural Development

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

B(c)

Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

International Timber Trade Organization (ITTO)

B(c)

ITTO secretariat 

Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC)

B(c)

RECOFTC headquarter office 

Pacific Community 

B(c)

Secretariat of Pacific Community(SPC)

The Nature Conservancy (TNC)

B(c)

Responsible Asia Forestry and Trade Program(RAFT)

 

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