Training seminar on National Forest Funds (NFF), Rabat

In order to increase knowledge and expertise on National Forest Funds (NFF), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), together with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), have developed policy guidance and technical reports on the relevance and use of NFF in developing countries.

In order to mainstream good practices on NFF design and management, a training has been developed for providing an opportunity for countries facing forest finance challenges, to think of the possible use and/or adaptation of NFF as catalyzers for resource mobilization. Participating countries in the first NFF training seminar organized in Rabat, 9-11 November 2015, were: Algeria, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey, target countries of the Collaborative Partnership on Mediterranean Forests (CPMF).

Through the capacity development workshop  the participants had the opportunity to:

-      Collect up-to-date knowledge on NFF, and to access to related expertise;
-      Learn from NFF experts how to design, establish and manage NFF adapted to their SFM related needs;
-      Develop and confront ideas for establishing or reforming NFF;
-      Plan expertise and financial needs for effectively establishing or reforming a NFF in their national context (building a national roadmap for NFF development/reform).

GEicO supported the whole process including operating as a trainer in the seminar in Rabat.

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