This week Proforest has been embracing the campaign for Learning at Work shining a light on our internal opportunities to learn from each other and develop our careers and personal capabilities at Proforest. Capacity building and...
Announcing the extension of our UK Aid-funded programme “Using deforestation-free commodity supply chains to support national initiatives to combat forest loss”.
Proforest is leading the technical work in a new sustainable landscape programme launched today by PepsiCo. Agrovita is a three-year programme focused on PepsiCo’s supply chain for plantain, cocoa and palm production in the Tabasco and Chiapas regions in southern Mexico. PepsiCo and Proforest are focusing on agricultural and social factors within the landscape and communities.
Last week the Proforest team visited the Lebrija River basin in Colombia, as part of a landscape project to tackle the problems of deforestation and water management in palm oil production.
Cargill and AAK discuss how they use the toolkit for supplier engagement and capacity building
Using 360˚ videos we have created a virtual field trip for training purposes.
Proforest’s training for the Production Landscapes Programme in Africa shows demand for skills
The Soy Toolkit webinar: Tools and resources for companies to meet commitments on responsible soy sourcing25 February 2021
Do you know where the soy in your company’s supply chain is coming from?
Join the Soy Toolkit webinar on March 18th to gain insights on how to implement responsible sourcing commitments, and hear from the experts Caroline...
Africa Palm Oil Initiative - New Partnerships for Forests funding to continue work of Central and West African countries5 February 2021
We are delighted to have signed the contract with Partnerships for Forests for Phase 3 of the Africa Palm Oil Initiative, which we coordinate on behalf of the Tropical Forest Alliance.
The APOI’s vision is a prosperous palm oil...
Proforest builds on landscape work in Africa and Latin America with new three year programme, supported by IKI