Environment and Development


Climate change is already affecting the world's poorest countries - from increased frequency and severity of flooding to changing rainfall patterns across Africa, .As well as being hit first, the poorest are also hit hardest because they are less equipped to cope with the effects of climate change.FARIAD is working to ensure that development interventions address both the causes and likely effects of climate change so that current and future progress in tackling poverty continues.


Our Work

We work to protect wildlife, preserve habitats and empower people to conserve natural resources while improving their livelihoods.

We provide information, educational programs and incentives to help the community’s decision making, to protect and improve the environment, to use natural resources wisely and to understand the linkages between economic, social and environmental decisions.


FARIAD’s work in partnership with people in government, business and the community to develop and deliver sustainable environmental, conservation and water use solutions

We promote environment-friendly lifestyles through wise product choice by educating people, particularly children who will be the leader of the next generation, to think and act toward realizing a sustainable society and environmentally sound lifestyles

We work actively and in partnership to reduced waste generation and emissions of substances causing air pollution

We are also supporting the development of low carbon technology and the increased use of renewable energy to ensure that communities can move to a low carbon future that supports economic growth.

Addressing deforestation is another key focus, tackling illegal logging, improving forest governance and improving the livelihoods of forest-dependent people to ensure poor people who depend on forests are not deprived of their livelihoods.



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