With our refreshed Strategy, ICRAF is confident that we can, with supporting countries and national partners, and over the next 10-15 years, ensure: 15 million fewer hungry people, 10 million fewer poor people – at least 50% of whom are women – and have 20 million hectares less degraded land.
Trees contribute over 10% of the US$3.1 trillion worth of GDP created by the agricultural sector. In its latest strategy, the World Agroforestry Centre aims to tackle the challenges of the next decade by harnessing the multiple benefits which trees provide in the following focus areas: reducing poverty, developing sustainable systems of agriculture and improving food security, improving the efficiency of water use, helping to mitigate the impact of climate change, and halting the loss of biodiversity and restoring degraded ecosystems.
This publication covers the organization’s four priority research and development themes: improving farmland productivity and resilience; restoring degraded landscapes; supporting sustainable tree product value chains; and tackling climate change and delivering key environmental services.
Audited Financial Statements 2016
In addition to presenting the Centre's financial position, this document reports on our corporate governance and corporate social responsibility activities as well as analyzing the Centre's performance over the past five years.
For other reports on the World Agroforestry Centre, visit the Publications section.