Previous Projects include:
The project aims to enable the Tongwe Trust, and the villages it supports, to protect, monitor and manage the Tanzanian forest, an area threatened by deforestation and future platinum/nickel mining projects.
Binding the communities of Boré and Lampeter through the medium of carbon by sponsoring tree planting and forest conservation with the partner community in Kenya.
This project will establish an elephant sanctuary in the remaining natural forest. The newly protected area will help ensure local livelihoods continue and be the first forest project in Nigeriato access carbon credits.
Working with Eco Tribal, helping the Ashaninka people ofPeru protect and sustain their forests and earn an income without selling their land for logging unlike many neighbouring communities.
Planting 12,000 fruiting trees over a period of three years in areas of extreme deprivation within the Ethiopiancity of Addis Ababa.
This project in Cameroonwill support MIFCIG in developing agroforestry practices and apiary techniques to help people earn a better living from the land they have outside the forest, and thus avoid opening of new farmland at the expense of forestland.
Establishing a new community-managed forest in Kikole village in Tanzania and supporting local communities to secure legal rights to manage the forest for the long term survival of both the forests and their communities.
Uses native trees that are adapted to the arid Malianlandscape to produce marketable goods. Villagers are given the skills and equipment needed to create tree based businesses.
Madagasikara Voakajy is supporting communities to manage the forest that supports them and the rare Golden Mantella frog in Madagascar.
Well Grounded support organisations in the Congobasin enabling the local community to identify and map customary forest land in 150,000 hectares of forest with a view to obtaining formal commercial rights to the area.
TFCG are working with over 30,000 people in the Rubeho Mountains in Tanzania, the project will provide sustainable development opportunities, develop effective forest management and conserve forest resources; removing destructive use of the forests and improving incomes.
This project aims to ensure that the GolaForest National Park is protected in perpetuity and that the people who live around it benefit from its protection with sustainable livelihoods.
This project protected the Mata-Atlântica Brazilian rainforest from threats such as climate change, deforestation, urban growth and unsustainable exploitation.
Assisting in sustainably managing the Kilum-Ijim forest in Cameroonfor the dual purposes of biodiversity conservation and livelihoods development. Support the creation of Guiding Hope, an organisation to access more secure markets for the produce of local beekeepers.
The reserves forms a continuous block of tropical forest covering an area of two million hectares, making this forest in Nicaraguathe largest forest reserve in Central America. This project in partnership with Oxfam addressed threats to the forest and its peoples through advocacy to ensure legal protection.