Impact Reports

Southern Cardamom Impact Report Southern Cardamom Impact Report Q1 2020

During the first quarter of 2020, before the arrival of Covid-19, 16 local communities directly benefitted from the economic alternatives supported by the Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project.

Keo Seima Impact Report Keo Seima Impact Report Q1 2020

The wave of deforestation that has rippled through Cambodia over the past 10 years has now spread north from the flatlands toward the more hilly, highly forested periphery. Now it has advanced right to the border of Keo Seima. With a nearby 150,000 hectare park completely deforested in recent years, the threat to the Keo Seima landscape is pressing. COVID-19 presents additional threats with the potential for a large influx of people returning to Cambodia.

Mai Ndombe Impact Report Mai Ndombe Impact Report Q1 2020

Investing into the community’s youth, building capacity to address critical healthcare needs, and providing economic alternatives have been the main focus of the Mai Ndombe REDD+ project’s work in Q1 2020.

Alto Mayo Impact Report Alto Mayo Impact Report Q1 2020

Diversification and expansion of green economic development continues to deliver durable conservation and community resilience in the Alto Mayo Protected Forest.

Chyulu Hills Impact Report Chyulu Hills Impact Report Q4 2019

This past quarter has focused on the development and implementation of an upgraded Social Benefit Impact Assessment monitoring system and community- led consultations to identify priority needs and the application of a collaborative and transparent benefit sharing model to design a full suite of project activities to be undertaken with Gucci funds.

Alto Mayo Impact Report Alto Mayo Impact Report Q4 2019

13 high-quality coffee containers produced by the cooperative and exported to specialty markets – North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Traditional practices to produce coffee is the main driver of deforestation, turning this to sustainable coffee required the linkage to specialty markets to halt deforestation.

Southern Cardamom hyreport Southern Cardamom Q4 2019

Wildlife Alliance are the global leaders in Direct Protection of Forests and Wildlife in Tropical Asia, and Asia needs effective enforcement. Weak government, the pervasive impact of Chinese investment, and the rapid growth of the consumer class throughout Asia are massively increasing pressure on the region’s wild places. The biggest current driver of deforestation in the Cardamoms is investment driven land speculation.