Impact

By backing hundreds of projects since 2002, Forest Foundation Philippines is able to contribute to the protection and conservation of the country’s most critical forest landscapes.

  • TFCA 2 PROJECT IMPACTS
  • TFCA 1 PROJECT IMPACTS

Tropical Forest Conservation Agreement 2 (TFCA 2) Impact

We have allocated US$ 32M for the protection and conservation of forests from 2017 to 2027, under TFCA 2. Below are the continuing results of the projects funded by TFCA 2.

300+

Projects Funded
(as of July 2021)

1,441

Hectares of restored forest lands
(as of April 2021)

833,819

Hectares of improved forest lands
(as of April 2021)

2017 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 56
Amount approved: US$ 5,698,351

In 2017, Forest Foundation Philippines started implementing its Results Framework—a five-year program that serves as the backbone of the Foundation’s grantmaking plans from 2017-2021. Its main goal is the protection and sustainable management of Philippine forests and its biodiversity, which will be accomplished through four main objectives: Grow forests, grow livelihoods, grow partnerships, and grow advocates.

2018 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 57
Amount approved: US$ 2,270,142

Forest Foundation launched several key partnerships and campaigns in 2018, making the year one of its most productive yet. Under the Results Framework launched in 2017, the Foundation’s main goal is the protection and sustainable management of Philippine forests and biodiversity.

2019 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 69
Amount approved: US$ 3,803,984

2019 marked the halfway point of the Results Framework. The Foundation continued to support projects that built capacities of organizations and created enabling environments for the sustainable management of forests in the focal landscapes of Sierra Madre, Palawan, Samar and Leyte, and Bukidnon and Misamis Oriental.

2020 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 33
Amount approved: US $ 1,157,993

For the penultimate year of the 2017-2021 Results Framework, the Foundation faced several challenges as the pandemic put the world at a standstill. Contrary to reports, nature is not “taking a break.” Forests continued to suffer from fires and poaching, even in the Foundation’s focal landscapes. Despite the challenges, forest conservation work continued, which showed the adaptability and resilience of the Foundation and its partners.

Tropical Forest Conservation Agreement 1 (TFCA 1) Impact

We have allocated US$ 8.25M for the protection and conservation of forests from 2002 to 2016, under TFCA 1. Below are the results of the projects funded by TFCA 1.

472

Projects Funded

1.5M

Hectares of restored forest lands

4,200

Hectares of restored forest lands

60

Community-level enterprises

40

Community-conserved areas

2017 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 56
Amount approved: US$ 5,698,351

In 2017, Forest Foundation Philippines started implementing its Results Framework—a five-year program that serves as the backbone of the Foundation’s grantmaking plans from 2017-2021. Its main goal is the protection and sustainable management of Philippine forests and its biodiversity, which will be accomplished through four main objectives: Grow forests, grow livelihoods, grow partnerships, and grow advocates.

2018 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 57
Amount approved: US$ 2,270,142

Forest Foundation launched several key partnerships and campaigns in 2018, making the year one of its most productive yet. Under the Results Framework launched in 2017, the Foundation’s main goal is the protection and sustainable management of Philippine forests and biodiversity.

2019 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 69
Amount approved: US$ 3,803,984

2019 marked the halfway point of the Results Framework. The Foundation continued to support projects that built capacities of organizations and created enabling environments for the sustainable management of forests in the focal landscapes of Sierra Madre, Palawan, Samar and Leyte, and Bukidnon and Misamis Oriental.

2020 Annual Report

Number of projects supported: 33
Amount approved: US $ 1,157,993

For the penultimate year of the 2017-2021 Results Framework, the Foundation faced several challenges as the pandemic put the world at a standstill. Contrary to reports, nature is not “taking a break.” Forests continued to suffer from fires and poaching, even in the Foundation’s focal landscapes. Despite the challenges, forest conservation work continued, which showed the adaptability and resilience of the Foundation and its partners.