World Vision at the UNFCCC COP 20 conference in Lima, Peru

November 26, 2014

Hello! Thank you for your interest in World Vision’s participation in the UNFCCC COP 20 meetings in Lima, Peru.

If you have arrived at this page after stopping by our booth at COP 20, thank you for coming! All of the materials that were displayed at the booth are available here, as well as a number of additional links to further information.

If we didn’t have the pleasure of meeting you in Lima, and you have arrived at this page through the main Hub page, or via a search engine, welcome!

This page showcases the materials presented at World Vision’s exhibit booth at COP 20, and highlights other material related to development programming that helps communities secure their own futures by building up and protecting the resources that their lives, health, income and livelihoods depend on. We have specifically focused on simple, low cost activities that communities can sustain and often replicate themselves.

If you have any good practice stories to share, require any additional information or have questions, please speak with

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Reports and case studies


FMNR Hub at World Vision Australia
The Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) Hub at World Vision Australia leads and fosters the development of FMNR globally through coordination, collaboration, communication, building evidence and science, and project fundraising.

FMNR Overview

Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration
World Vision’s sustainable agriculture system, Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) is helping to make great gains in beating hunger for the rural poor through a simple, low-cost land regeneration system.

FMNR Niger

Case study: The spread of Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration in Niger Republic
The almost total destruction of trees and shrubs in the agricultural zone of Niger between the 1950s and 1980s had devastating consequences. Deforestation worsened the impact of recurring drought, strong winds, high temperatures, infertile soils, pests and diseases on crops and livestock. Combined with rapid population growth and poverty, these problems contributed to chronic hunger and periodic acute famine.

FMNR Humbo

Case study: Humbo Community-Managed Natural Regeneration project
World Vision’s first climate change mitigation project is a community-managed reforestation initiative in Humbo, Ethiopia. Located in the southwest of the country in World Vision’s Humbo Area Development Program, it benefits the environment through improved natural resource management and increased biodiversity.

FMNR Senegal

Case study: Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration in Senegal
The World Vision-funded Beysatol (Work the Land) project has realised the adoption of Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) on over 50,000 hectares of farmland within a four year period.

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FMNR poster

Discover facts, steps and benefits of Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration with this poster developed by World Vision West Africa Regional Office

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