30 Jun 2021 Kasigau Half Yearly Report Q2 2021

Small and large-scale projects are continuing to bring transformative benefits to communities throughout the project area during the first half of 2021, touching the lives of the entire community. Through the Carbon Trust and Locational Carbon Committees, large investments in water projects have been made and significant developments in community income generation activities have continued to prosper, having a meaningful, positive impact on community livelihoods. While these activities continue to flourish, the lack of rain and COVID-pressures are straining resources. These pressures have resulted in competition for resources and increased human-wildlife conflict, livestock incursions and poaching. The project team is working to resolve these challenges through focused community engagement, an illustration of the dynamic, adaptive management capacity that strong REDD+ projects can bring to support forest communities.

31 Mar 2021 Kasigau Spotlight Report Q1 2021

Unlike the Covid-19 challenges that educators, students and families faced this last year, the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project has seen continued investment and progress in educating local community members.

31 Dec 2020 Kasigau Impact Report Q4 2020

In 2020, the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project continued to deliver unwavering impact for the forest, wildlife, and community, delivering social services and economic resiliency in a time of economic collapse. The world’s first REDD+ project, Kasigau continues to deliver groundbreaking results for, and in partnership with, the 120,000 community members living within the project area.

30 Sep 2020 Kasigau Impact Report Q3 2020

Partnerships combining the strengths of the Wildlife Works team with those of other organisations in the region, have continued to advance the collective development of shared sustainable development goals for all involved.

30 Jun 2020 Kasigau Impact Report Q2 2020

Long-term investments continue to show their positive impact,
in combination with adaptive project activities.

31 Mar 2020 Kasigau Impact Report Q1 2020

Despite the onset of uncertainty towards the end of the first quarter due to COVID-19, the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project has continued to deliver significant progress across the entire project area. In addition to providing continued, ongoing livelihoods support to the communities through uninterrupted direct employment, procurement of seedlings, and over $200,000 in educational bursaries, the project has also deployed its capabilities to produce critical medical supplies.