Who we work with


Housed within the Carbon Finance Unit of the World Bank, the BioCarbon Fund is a public-private sector initiative mobilizing financing to help develop projects that sequester or conserve carbon in forest and agro-ecosystems. It has been a pioneer in this sector, developing the infrastructure needed to pilot transactions and paving the way for the growing land-use carbon market established to date.


The Australian aid program, as part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, is responsible for managing Australia’s overseas aid program. The fundamental purpose of Australian aid is to help people overcome poverty. This also serves Australia’s national interests by promoting stability and prosperity both in our region and beyond. We focus our effort in areas where Australia can make a difference and where our resources can most effectively and efficiently be deployed.


The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) is a market catalyst for clean energy in developing countries and emerging markets. In this role, it acts as a funder, information provider and connector for up-scaling clean energy business models. The mission of the REEEP is to accelerate the global market for sustainable energy with a primary focus on developing countries and emerging markets. Over its lifetime, REEEP has been supported primarily by governments, by institutions and by contributions from the private sector.

EEP_logoThe Energy and Environment Partnership (EEP) programs support wider access to modern energy services and promote renewable energy and energy efficiency in program countries. The programs provide grants for developing, piloting and scaling up inclusive business models and provide seed money for the preparatory phases of sustainable energy investments. The programs run in Central America, the Andean region, Southern and Eastern Africa, Mekong region and Indonesia. They aim at increasing access to sustainable energy for all through improved climate sustainability.

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World Agroforestry Centre, (known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry, ICRAF), is an international institute headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya and founded in 1978. The Centre specializes in the sustainable management, protection and regulation of tropical rainforests and natural reserves. It is one of the 15 agricultural research centers that make up the global network known as CGIAR. The center conducts research in agroforestry with a focus of its research in countries/regions in the developing world in six eco-regions: across sun-Saharan Africa (eastern, southern, western and central) in South and Southeast Asia, and Latin America. Researchers from the Centre have been evaluating and promoting the use of fertilizer trees and shrubs since the late 1980s through the collaboration of researchers from World Agroforestry Center and forestry institutions in Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe and have recorded success stories in all the countries involved with notable increase in agricultural yields along with the added benefits of Evergreen Agriculture. The Evergreen Agriculture research at the Centre is headed by Dr. Dennis Garrity, the UN Drylands Ambassador and Senior Fellow at World Agroforestry Centre.