Practical support and capacity building for local livelihood improvement

Published: 25 July 2019
Last edited: 25 July 2019

FHA support local farmers in beekeeping business through conservation agreements. They use generated income to feed their families and to buy wire to fence their pastures to prevent cows from entering the forest.


We support 10 local cooperatives in capacity building and improving their products; and three of them are supported in eco-tourism development. They use income to buy alternatives of what they were collecting from the forest.


10 of our 12 employees are from local villages. The income they earn helps them to improve their families’ livelihoods and also helps them, families and neighbors to change the attitudes towards the forest conservation.


Alliance and partnership development
Co-management building
Sustainable livelihoods
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution

Enabling factors

Community need alternatives to  the forest resources for  the proected area conservation sustainability  

Lessons learned

FHA relies on small grants and our impressive achievements confirm that no matter how much money is invested, the message  behind create a strong partnership that a factor for success. FHA uses conservation agreement and it does help local people to understand whay they should take aprt in conservation.