EU Regulation on Deforestation-Free Products: Operational Guidance for Cocoa Producers and Importers22 December 2022
Proforest has developed an operational guidance for cocoa producers and importers to support the implementation of the upcoming EU regulation on deforestation-free products.
In this reference document, Proforest synthesises existing best practices and tools for conducting supply chain Deforestation Due Diligence in the cocoa sector and identifies key unanswered questions for regulators and companies.
The objective is to promote gender and social inclusion actions in the identified Hotspot Intervention Areas (HIAs) in the Asunafo-Asutifi landscape in the Ahafo region of Ghana. This is to ensure a gender responsive forest landscape that gives equal voice, access, participation and influence for diverse women and men, mostly in the implementation of the ongoing Ghana Cocoa Forest REDD+ Programme (GCFPR) and other future natural resources projects and programmes in the landscape.
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Review and Analysis of Key Policies and Institutional Framework Governing Deforestation and Associated Social Issues in the Tree Crop Sector of Liberia20 December 2022
The overall aim of this study was to identify existing laws, policies and strategies on the cultivation of selected tree crops (cocoa, natural rubber, palm oil and timber) linked to deforestation, child labour, forced labour, land rights, and smallholder inclusion in Liberia.
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A case study of the Asunafo-Asutifi Landscape in the Ahafo Region of Ghana
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Generic Deforestation and Conversion Free Methodology
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Proforest guidance on supplier engagement for responsible sourcing
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Guidance Paper on Social Dialogue, Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining in the palm oil sector in Indonesia30 August 2022
This document is developed to provide guidance to palm oil supply chain actors; producers (plantation and mills), refineries, traders, manufacturers and international consumer goods companies connected to the palm oil sector in Indonesia.
Depuis 2009, le Cameroun est engagé dans la REDD+. La REDD+ est un processus qui permet de valoriser le rôle joué par la forêt dans la stabilisation du climat mondial à travers le stockage des gaz à effet de serre.
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Lessons and Experiences in Setting up and the Functioning of Companies and Government Collaborations in the Asunafo-Asutifi Landscape Programme
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