Forest Conservation To Preserve Nature
Research capacity for REDD+ and evidence based results for policy on REDD+ generated.
Community based approach to forest Reservation
Networks and partnerships between academic, research institutions and CSOs developed.
Tree Conservation To Combat Global Warming
Adequate human capacity for REDD+ in Ugandan and Tanzanian Higher Education Institutions developed
The Building capacity for REDD+ in East Africa for improved ecosystem health and for sustainable livelihoods in Eastern Africa (REDD-EA) is a five year project (2014-2018) funded by the Norwegian Programme for Capacity Development in Higher Education and Research for Development (NORHED).
The RED-EA project’s goal is to contribute to reduced greenhouse gas emissions and improved ecosystem health for sustainable livelihoods in Eastern Africa.