How will the Philippines measure the success of its flagship reforestation program?
The participation of public and private entities is a crucial element in developing a monitoring and evaluation framework that includes the issues of all relevant sectors at national and sub-national levels.
The Enhanced National Greening Program was set the task of reforesting the remaining 7.1 million hectares of forest land in the Philippines by 2028. To ensure that the Program will fulfill this task, “key government agencies and private organizations must be consulted for better monitoring of the program,” emphasized Rodel Lasco, country coordinator of the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Philippines.
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