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Programme: En quoi le soutien apporté aux MPME pour qu’elles puissent travailler légalement et durablement a-t-il amélioré la gouvernance forestière et les moyens de subsistance?

Webinar organisé par le Programme FAO-UE FLEGT en collaboration avec l’Institut européen de la forêt










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    Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play a critical role in meeting the growing demand for timber products worldwide and can support the fight against illegality by providing a source of legal, traceable timber. Equipping MSMEs with the relevant business management skills together with the knowledge and competences necessary to comply with regulations generates transformational changes which extend beyond the duration of projects. These changes not only improve legality in the timber market, but contribute to sustaining livelihoods. The webinar will explore how changes in forest-management practices generated through the support of the FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme and the European Forest Institute (EFI) have increased market access, enhanced the competitiveness of MSMEs, whilst reducing their vulnerability to shifts on the international and domestic market. It will discuss the experiences of MSMEs who have benefited from FAO and EFI support and provide "food for thought” for future interventions.
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    Agenda: How has supporting MSMES to operate legally and sustainably improved forest governance and livelihoods?
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    Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play a critical role in meeting the growing demand for timber products worldwide and can support the fight against illegality by providing a source of legal, traceable timber. Equipping MSMEs with the relevant business management skills together with the knowledge and competences necessary to comply with regulations generates transformational changes which extend beyond the duration of projects. These changes not only improve legality in the timber market, but contribute to sustaining livelihoods. The webinar will explore how changes in forest-management practices generated through the support of the FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme and the European Forest Institute (EFI) have increased market access, enhanced the competitiveness of MSMEs, whilst reducing their vulnerability to shifts on the international and domestic market. It will discuss the experiences of MSMEs who have benefited from FAO and EFI support and provide "food for thought” for future interventions.
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    Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play a critical role in meeting the growing demand for timber products worldwide and can support the fight against illegality by providing a source of legal, traceable timber. Equipping MSMEs with the relevant business management skills together with the knowledge and competences necessary to comply with regulations generates transformational changes which extend beyond the duration of projects. These changes not only improve legality in the timber market, but contribute to sustaining livelihoods. The webinar will explore how changes in forest-management practices generated through the support of the FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme and the European Forest Institute (EFI) have increased market access, enhanced the competitiveness of MSMEs, whilst reducing their vulnerability to shifts on the international and domestic market. It will discuss the experiences of MSMEs who have benefited from FAO and EFI support and provide "food for thought” for future interventions.
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    Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) play a critical role in meeting the growing demand for forest products worldwide, with potential to contribute to responsible supply chains that combat illegal logging while promoting economic growth. However, a growing number of countries are adopting demand-side control measures that require proof of legality of forest products. Forest sector MSMEs will require significant support – and changes to the types of support they receive – to fulfil and even take advantage of these new and emerging market requirements and related opportunities. This paper draws from 110 initiatives in 20 countries supported by the FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme between 2016 and 2022 and seeks to provide examples of how to support forest sector MSMEs cost-effectively and at scale to integrate them into domestic and international legal timber value chains. The initiatives discussed in this paper offer a wealth of experience and knowledge, which can be capitalized upon to boost forest-dependent livelihoods and promote both social equity and sustainability within timber supply chains. Implementing a portfolio of these strategies in a comprehensive support package generate “transformational changes” that help realize the potential of MSMEs to move past traditional business-as-usual modes of operation towards sustainable growth and more inclusive, resilient economies.
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    Poster, banner
    Agenda: How has supporting MSMES to operate legally and sustainably improved forest governance and livelihoods?
    Event hosted by the FAO-EU FLEGT Programme in collaboration with the European Forest Institute
    2021
    Also available in:

    Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play a critical role in meeting the growing demand for timber products worldwide and can support the fight against illegality by providing a source of legal, traceable timber. Equipping MSMEs with the relevant business management skills together with the knowledge and competences necessary to comply with regulations generates transformational changes which extend beyond the duration of projects. These changes not only improve legality in the timber market, but contribute to sustaining livelihoods. The webinar will explore how changes in forest-management practices generated through the support of the FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme and the European Forest Institute (EFI) have increased market access, enhanced the competitiveness of MSMEs, whilst reducing their vulnerability to shifts on the international and domestic market. It will discuss the experiences of MSMEs who have benefited from FAO and EFI support and provide "food for thought” for future interventions.
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    Programa: ¿Cómo han mejorado la gobernanza forestal y los medios de vida gracias al apoyo prestado a las mipymes para que operen dentro de la legalidad y de manera sostenible?
    Evento virtual organizado por el Programa FAO-UE FLEGT en colaboración con el Instituto Forestal Europeo
    2021
    Also available in:

    Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play a critical role in meeting the growing demand for timber products worldwide and can support the fight against illegality by providing a source of legal, traceable timber. Equipping MSMEs with the relevant business management skills together with the knowledge and competences necessary to comply with regulations generates transformational changes which extend beyond the duration of projects. These changes not only improve legality in the timber market, but contribute to sustaining livelihoods. The webinar will explore how changes in forest-management practices generated through the support of the FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme and the European Forest Institute (EFI) have increased market access, enhanced the competitiveness of MSMEs, whilst reducing their vulnerability to shifts on the international and domestic market. It will discuss the experiences of MSMEs who have benefited from FAO and EFI support and provide "food for thought” for future interventions.
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    2022
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