Rappresentanze svizzere all’estero
Agricoltura e sicurezza alimentare
Risorse idriche in agricoltura
|Area di competenza||Based in Bangkok, RECOFTC is the primary institution for promoting community forestry in the Asia-Pacific region. RECOFTC puts people at the centre of the change by empowering communities, governments and the private sector with rights, networking, technical expertise and knowledge. Over the last 30 years, it has trained some 60,000 people (30% women) from over 40 countries, and plays a key role in empowering local people to gain fair benefits from sustainably managed forest landscapes. RECOFTC will continue to work program-matically with over 50 partner organizations while maintaining engagement with key agencies in China and with ASEAN member states. Seven focus country programme offices (Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Nepal and Vietnam) will continue to lead RECOFTC’s work and partnerships at national and landscape levels.|
|Priorità strategiche della Svizzera e dell'organizazione e loro coerenza||
RECOFTC envisions a world where empowered local people are effectively and equitably engaged in the sustainable management of forest landscapes. Its five-year mission is to enhance capacities for stronger rights, improved governance and fairer benefits for local people in sustainable forest landscapes in the Asia-Pacific region. RECOFTC has aligned its strategy with the SDG’s.
RECOFTC’s strategy is in line with the regional outcome 1 of SDC’s Mekong Region Strategy 2018-2021: Small holder women and men farmers have secure and equitable access to and control over agricultural land and forests.
The geographic focus of SDC’s Mekong Region Strategy 2018-21 is assured through RECOFTC country programmes in all CLMV countries (and Nepal) and through its key fascilitation role in the ASEAN Social Forestry Network (ASFN).
|Risultati dell'impegno dell'organizzazione nella fase precedente||
|Risultati dell'impegno svizzero nella fase precedente||
Some key results of the core contribution and support to RECOFTC’s Strategic Plan 2013-2018 are:
|Effetti a medio termine ottenuti dall'attuale impegno dell'organizzazione||
Over the next five years, RECOFTC will partner with over 250,000 local groups to improve the lives of 600,000 people; contribute to the legal recognition of a total of 5.5 million hectares of forest land; strengthen over 10,000 communities, 1,000 businesses and 70 government institutions to help transform forest-based conflicts into landscape processes and decisions that will ensure rights of local people and improve forest governance; work with over 300 community-based enterprises and seven larger private companies to help improve market access of community-based enterprises.
|Effetti a medio termine ottenuti dall'attuale impegno svizzero||
To contribute to small holder women and men farmers in CLMV, especially indigenous people, having secure and equitable access to land and control over the community forest resources. SDC will focus on continuity and consolidation by following up on its support from the first phase with the following outcomes:
Cooperazione allo sviluppo
|Partner del progetto||
ONG internazionale o straniera
|Budget||Fase in corso Budget Svizzera CHF 4’325’000 Budget svizzero attualmente già speso CHF 2’580’000|
|Posizione della Svizzera nella graduatoria dei maggiori donatori||
1: SIDA – USD 9.36 million
2: SDC – USD 4.3 million
3: Thai Government – USD 0.2 million
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; Thai Government, EU, USAID, Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, UN organizations
|Coordinamento con altri progetti e attori||
SDC coordinates positions and support strategies with the core donors – SIDA and the Thai Government.
|Fasi del progetto||Fase 2 01.01.2019 - 31.12.2023 (Fase in corso) Fase 1 01.12.2013 - 30.09.2018 (Completed)|