Centre for International Forestry

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Centre for International Forestry (CIFOR) "is an international research and global knowledge institution committed to conserving forests and improving the livelihoods of people in the tropics." [1]

"CIFOR employs over 150 staff at its headquarters in Bogor, Indonesia and at its regional offices in Brazil, Cameroon and Zimbabwe. It works in over 30 countries worldwide and has links with more than 300 researchers in 50 international, regional and national organisations. Governed by an international board of trustees with 15 members from 12 countries, CIFOR receives contributions from over 50 governments and funding agencies." [2] It is a member of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group that is convened by the International Institute for Environment and Development. [3]



Trustees (2000) [1]


Web: http://www.cifor.cgiar.org

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  1. 2000 Annual Report, Centre for International Forestry, accessed April 30, 2008.