Suriname

Since its establishment in 2003, Tropenbos International Suriname aims at wise use of the forest so that the country can maintain its high forested and low deforestation status and at the same time improve the national living standards.
 
The objective of the programme is to increase knowledge in the forest sector to support decision making at policy level and at all management levels. The TBI Suriname programme focuses on the themes of Forest Management, Nature Conservation and Forest Dependent Livelihoods.

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Ecosystem services: the impacts on communities and policies

In 2014 TBI Suriname started working with the Association of Saamaka Authorities and with 24 Saamaka communities, comprising about 12,000 inhabitants, in the Upper Suriname River area. The goal was to support a land-use planning project that aimed to give the local community a stronger voice in decision-making with regard to spatial planning. From 2014 to 2016, TBI Suriname worked with community members, using participatory three-dimensional modelling (P3DM) to assess the state of ecosystem services and discussing visions for future development of the area.

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Mapping the livelihoods of the Saamaka people

The Saamaka people live at the Upper Suriname River in the hinterlands of Suriname, an area which provides ecosystem goods and services for their livelihoods. In 2014, a participatory three dimensional mapping (P3DM) project was carried out together with 14 villages (about 5,000 people) in the northern part of the area to identify and map the geographic characteristics of the landscape and the different land uses. On 18 June 2015, a follow up to this project has been launched during an inception workshop at the village of Pikin Slee.

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REDD+ manual for Indigenous and Maroon people

For the first time a trainer manual on REDD+, especially designed for Indigenous and Maroon people has been compiled in Suriname. TBI Suriname and Attune Development developed the manual to provide knowledge, skills and awareness for trainers in Indigenous and Maroon communities.

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