Japan International Forestry Promotion and Cooperation Center
Pourposes of the projects/ JIFPRO's policy to the project


Trees are planted in the Fundfs projects for a variety of purposes such as:


Combating desertification, the prevention of erosion, conservation of water resources,etc. to achieve the permanent conservation of land


The restoration and rehabilitation of devastated forest ecosystems by planting indigenous tree species


Examination of various technical problems on A/R CDM

Afforestation site in a semi-arid region in Myanmar Indigenous species planted under Mangium (Acacia mangium Willd.) in Malaysia Test site, in Indonesia, for the development of planting techniques effective for devastated land




The enhancement of carbon absorption by planting fast-growing tree species


The supply of high-quality timber


Facilitating the local community to meet their needs through mixed planting of tree species, for different purposes, such as timber production, fruit harvesting, and fuelwood supply

A year old Mangium (Acasia mangium Willd.) tree demonstrates remarkable growth, in Vietnam A well-grown forest of Mangium (Acasia mangium Willd.), in Malaysia Mixed planting site in Indonesia



JIFPROfs approaches to afforestation/reforestation are based on local community participation

Tree planting scene with the participation of local people, in Vietnam Listening to local peoplefs ideas and requirements, for the improvement of the local environment, in Myanmar