African Forest Forum

Founding Year: 2007



The Forum emerged from a project that was conducted by the African Forest Research Network at the African Academy of Sciences, with the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. It voices the concerns of African forestry stakeholders, and uses “science, indigenous knowledge, and experience to advocate for increasing relevance of forests and trees outside forests to peoples’ livelihoods, national economies and the stability of the environment.”



African Forest Forum contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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