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.
Many of the stories in the annual report clearly illustrate that agroforestry practices and policies are helping millions of families in developing countries to improve their incomes and nutrition. Trees on farms play a vital role when it comes to increasing farm productivity and tackling land degradation. They also provide a whole range of goods and services, from fuelwood to fruit, livestock fodder to green fertilizer, which can have a transformative impact on people’s lives.
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.