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The international development community is increasingly demanding better evidence on the effectiveness of policies and programs across different sectors. The forest sector is no exception. Governments and donor agencies explicitly seek to link investment to proven impact. Yet the evidence base necessary to inform interventions in the forest sector that can successfully enhance the livelihoods of the forest-dependent poor, foster economic growth, reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation, and conserve forest biodiversity remains weak.
There is a particular need to identify robust...
In 2014, PROFOR supported 49 activities (25 new and 24 ongoing). This report focuses on the tools and knowledge PROFOR is delivering and how they are being translated into action at national, regional, and global levels.