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Fact-Finding and Identification Mission for Finnish Regional Forestry Programme



Although broadly devolved from the Millennium Development Goals, Finland's Aid Resolution identifies a number of areas of particular relevance to forestry. In addition to the delivery of forest products and services, forestry, in which Finland's own economic development is strongly rooted, can have direct beneficial impact on poverty, livelihoods and food security. The Identification and Fact-Finding mission identified and analyzed the best alternatives for Finnish regional forestry cooperation in the Horn of Africa. LTS fielded two experts to determine whether there was scope for a regional forestry initiative, lasting initially 3 to 4 years and with a budget of some EUR 3 million. It was found that such an initiative would have to be relevant to all the countries in the region (Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Djibouti and Eritrea) and make a contribution to improved regional cooperation as a step to securing conflict reduction.

Clients:
Department for International Development Cooperation of Finland

Services:
Forest Governance

Geography:
Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan

Date:
2004

Keywords:
forests, livelihoods, expert, technical assistance, DIDC, Forest Governance, forestry, fact finding, identification, scoping