The Facility has since inception has become a global partnership of governments, businesses, civil society and Indigenous peoples with its main focus being laying the ground for future REDD+ activities, and piloting performance-based payment systems.
In this regard, the FCPF has chosen MPIDO through a competitive process to implement the project aimed at strengthening the knowledge of the targeted forest-dependent indigenous peoples of REDD+ readiness at the National level and the knowledge exchange at the regional level in the African region.
MPIDO was selected as an implementing organization based on its capacity to implement project activities and its credibility at the regional level to address issues related to forestry, climate change and REDD+. PACJA (PanAfrican Climate Justice Alliance) was equally chosen on the same objectives to the Civil Societies and Local Communities in Africa.
The regional project is implemented between June 2016 and June 2018 with exclusive FCPF funding. MPIDO in turn facilitated an open process of selecting in a competitive manner, from eligible countries, national organizations that would implement national level activities in line with the agreed objectives of the program as well as in complementarity with the national REDD+ plans and goals in the eligible country.
Pursuant to the Project, MPIDO is supporting the following organizations for National Level activity implementation:
About Sustainable development through community participation via integrated development approaches of indigenous knowledge with modern technology is ILCA’s organizational goal.read more
The Forum of Indigenous Women of Cameroon (FFAC) is an organizationdefendingand promoting the rights of indigenous Mbororos and Pygmies women in Cameroon. It works for the well-being of these.read more
REPALEAC is a sub-regional network with national representations from 10 countries within the Central African Region including Cameroon and the Congo Basin. The representation from Cameroon is a platform that brings together close to twenty-seven (32) Indigenous Peoples’ associationsread more
The Community Development Initiative (CDI) Inc., is a National IPOs, NGO, not for profit, non - political and established in June 18, 2013 by five Liberian. CDI was incorporated by the Liberia Business Registry and gained accreditation status from Key Government Line Ministries. CDI is involved in forest government, Biodiversity, Conservation and Agro-forestry Activities.read more
WATER is not-for-profit organization and is working with forest dependent communities in Cross River State of Nigeria to conserve biodiversity, reduce deforestation for the benefit of present and future generations.
ADFAC is a nonprofit organization that aims to assist national and international policy in the context of protecting and promoting the rights of indigenous peoples, specifically women and youth, in the fight against poverty.read more
SSDHA organization is non-governmental organization, non-profitable, established in 2008 in Khartoum as federal organization, then moved to other states; in Darfour and Blue Nile states.read more
The Pro-biodiversity conservationists in Uganda (PROBICOU), representing a group of organizations and networks: Uganda Civil Society Coalition on Indigenous Peoples (UCSCIP), United Organization for Batwa Development in Uganda (UOBDU) and Kalamoja Women Cultural group. PROBICOU is a network of organizations that work to promote the rights of indigenous people in Uganda with special reference to the Batwa, Benet and Karamojong.