Forests for people

Learn more about APFNet projects in the Asia-Pacific region

Building synergies among policymakers

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Fostering talents

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New integrated models for planning and managing commercial and public welfare forests in Pu’er

Mountain view of Pinus kesiya plantation at Wanzhangshan Forest Farm (Photo: Li Zhaochen/APFNet) In 2022 a key APFNet demonstration...

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Managing Forest Ecosystems in an Integrated Manner in Cambodia

On June 30 th , 2022, the 60-month journey of the APFNet project Integrated Forest Ecosystem Management Planning and Demonstration Project...

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Supporting Participatory Agroforestry for Erosion Control in Bengawan Solo Watershed, Indonesia

Large-scale deforestation and land clearing for intensive farmingon the highly erosive and steep-sloped uplands of the Bengawan Solo...

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The inception of APFNet’s first project in South America

October 20, 2022 (Thursday), 8:30-11:00 AM Beijing time The inception workshop of APFNets first demonstration project in South America...

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APFNet membership comprises 27 economies and five international organizations in the Asia-Pacific region.

APFNet works in the following subregions: the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS); Southeast Asia (except the GMS); South Asia; Greater Central Asia; Oceania; North America; and Latin America.

As APFNet is an organization constituted by its members, it therefore aims to help these members. Its actions will always be guided by the needs and wishes of the members first and foremost.

APFNet helps to promote and improve the level of forest restoration and sustainable forest management in the region through capacity development, information sharing, policy dialogue and projects.


Number of projects: 3
Number of scholarship students: 5
Number or trainees: 16

Publications   More>>

APFNet Annual Report 2021
Forest restoration planning and practice in the Asi
Boosting local livelihoods through participatory wa