Six new African rural organizations join global community to protect their ecosystems

This week, six initiatives at the forefront of landscape transformation and community strengthening debut within the GLFx network of the Global Landscapes Forum. They are the first organizations from their respective countries to join the network and will align with 14 other African chapters to advance environmental action across the continent.

GLFx is a network of locally rooted organizations transforming landscapes from the ground up and paving the way for policy change in favour of landscapes and people. It will help connect these six new community-oriented chapters with organizations and partners worldwide and offer access to learning, visibility and funding opportunities to bolster their landscape management, governance and restoration activities, scaling their impact.