top of page

Project/Product Development

Specialize in providing services that prioritize economic sustainability of local communities in project planning for forest management and restoration. Successful forest initiatives must not only focus on ecological restoration but also take into account the socio-economic well-being of the communities that depend on these forests for their livelihoods. All projects are evaluated through the lens of the United  Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Services encompass a range of activities aimed at achieving economic sustainability while promoting responsible and sustainable forest management.

Community Needs Assessment:

Begin by conducting a comprehensive assessment of the local community's needs, priorities, and aspirations. This involves engaging with community members, local leaders, and relevant stakeholders to understand their economic situation, existing resources, and the potential benefits and challenges associated with forest management and restoration projects. 

Value Chain Analysis:

Analyze the existing and potential value chains related to forest resources in the community. Examining the  process from harvesting to processing, marketing, and distribution of forest products. By identifying opportunities for value addition and market development, we can help create economic opportunities for the community while ensuring sustainable utilization of forest resources.

Market Research and Development:

Conduct market research to identify potential markets for forest products and assess their demand and pricing dynamics. This allows for the community to select suitable products that align with market demand, facilitating market linkages and improving economic viability.

Capacity Building and Training:

Offer capacity building and training programs to equip community members with the necessary skills and knowledge for sustainable forest management and entrepreneurship. This includes training in agroforestry techniques, sustainable harvesting practices, value-added processing, business management, and marketing strategies. Empower communities to actively participate in and benefit from forest management and restoration projects.

Partnership Development:

Facilitate partnerships between local communities, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private sector entities. These partnerships can provide access to technical expertise, financial resources, and market networks, fostering collaboration and supporting community-led economic development initiatives.

Monitoring and Evaluation:

Establish monitoring and evaluation systems to assess the economic impacts of forest management and restoration projects on the local community. This allows for adaptive management, ensuring that interventions are effective and adjustments can be made to optimize economic outcomes.

By incorporating economic sustainability into project planning for forest management and restoration, our services aim to create a win-win situation, where ecological restoration and economic development go hand in hand. We believe that sustainable forest management should not only conserve and restore ecosystems but also support the economic well-being of local communities, promoting long-term resilience and prosperity.

bottom of page