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Support to development

Within landscapes, biodiversity and local people are interdependent. While it is true that most threats to biodiversity are human in origin, so are the solutions.

PAPFor intervenes around protected areas to support economic activities that enable
sustainable development. These activities vary from one landscape to another (improvement of agricultural practices, shadegrown cocoa, sustainable wood extraction plans, development of sustainable energy, etc.).
The programme also supports the establishment of community forests and the development of eco-tourism