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Local ownership and governance of nature in Uganda

19 November 2021

Conserving key ecosystems like forests, as well as culture and livelihoods is a huge challenge for which solutions can only be found through strong collaboration between local, national and international networks of local communities, civil society, government and businesses. We are strengthening processes to connect different levels of nature conservation by supporting communities and civil society groups in Uganda.

The Role of Credit Union in Financing Farmers Group in West Kalimantan

15 November 2021

Credit Unions can make a significant change for farmer groups. Watch the video about a farmer group in West Kalimantan.

Local ownership and governance of nature in Uganda

19 November 2021

Conserving key ecosystems like forests, as well as culture and livelihoods is a huge challenge for which solutions can only be found through strong collaboration between local, national and international networks of local communities, civil society, government and businesses. We are strengthening processes to connect different levels of nature conservation by supporting communities and civil society groups in Uganda.

The Role of Credit Union in Financing Farmers Group in West Kalimantan

15 November 2021

Credit Unions can make a significant change for farmer groups. Watch the video about a farmer group in West Kalimantan.

GLF Climate session: Developing an investment case for inclusive food system transformation

27 October 2021

How international finance can better meet local needs and aspirations will be the central topic during a session on the GLF Climate: Forests, Food and Finance – Frontiers of Change (5 – 7 November 2021) on the sidelines of the COP26.

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Climate change has major consequences for people and nature. It is often the countries hit hardest by flooding and increasing drought that also lack the financial resources to combat climate change and to adapt to its effects.

Mobilising More for Climate (MoMo4C) is a five-year programme (2019 – 2024) of IUCN Netherlands, WWF Netherlands and Tropenbos International, funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It brings together entrepreneurs, companies, policymakers, investors, civil society organisations and local entrepreneurs to make green business propositions that tackle the impacts and causes of climate change at the landscape level in developing countries, and to attract investments to implement these initiatives.

By mobilising more funding for nature-based climate adaptation and mitigation solutions, we contribute to healthy and thriving landscapes in Cameroon, Ghana, Indonesia, Mozambique and Uganda.

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