WWF has the objective to take to scale landscape approaches, including restoration, in at least 10 landscapes where forest ecosystem services are valued and conserved by 2020. In 2012, with support from The UPS Foundation, EFN launched the Reforestation Grant Program to fulfill this goal by supporting locally-based organizations working in WWF priority areas to plant, protect, and preserve trees. Together, these locally-led projects are helping to restore and reforest tropical areas of significant conservation value.
Since 2012, EFN supported the planting of more than 1,176,352 trees in 17 countries.
What WWF Is Doing
Applications for Reforestation Grants must be submitted online by either November 1, 2015 or February 1, 2015.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information on Reforestation Grants and other opportunities through EFN, send an email message to email@example.com. Please include your country of origin.
Building Leadership and Capacity for Forest Landscape Restoration
Since 2012, with support from The UPS Foundation, WWF has supported 34 local organizations in Asia, Africa, and Latin America to plant 1,176,352 trees and train nearly 15,000 community members through its Reforestation Grant Program.
Together these locally-led projects are restoring and reforesting tropical areas of significant conservation value in:
Amazon and Tropical Andes (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname)
Borneo and Sumatra (Indonesia)
Coastal East Africa (Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania)
Congo Basin (Cameroon, Central African Republic, Dem. Republic of Congo, Gabon, Republic of Congo)