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Women entreprenurs are supported
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25000 ha of degraded forests restored
for these homestead-based income generating activities.
based approaches to train the targeted project participants in improved technologies and practices
We are using group based and Farmer Field School
with Bangladesh Forest Department (BFD)
restored around 1,988 ha of degraded forests in CHT and 168 ha of degraded swamp forests jointly
Through more than 150 grants, Arannayk has
and undertake AIGA activities
who establish and use Revolving Loan Fund (RLF)
Selected forest dependent poor people are divided into groups

About Arannayk Foundation

Arannayk Foundation, also known as the Bangladesh Tropical Forest Conservation Foundation, is a not-for-profit organization established in 2003.

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Our Mission, Vision & Values

Arannayk Foundation envisions a Bangladesh where forests are restored, conserved and sustainably managed to provide ecosystem services and livelihood support to communities.

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Our Achievements

The projects of the Arannayk Foundation have made significant impact toward restoration and conservation of biodiversity in national Protected Areas (PA).

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Our Services

Forest and...

Forest and biodiversity conservation is at the heart of Arannayk’s work. Over the years, we launched our programs at several critically important ecosystems, degr...

Natural Resources...

Arannayk works in different natural ecosystem areas and helps stakeholders to build sustainable natural resource management

Our Recent Projects

  • 2022
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    The projects initiated this year are - 

    1. Identification, Assesment and Verification of Potential OECM (Other Effective Area Based Conservation Measures) with in-situ Biodiversity Conservation Measures in Bangladesh
    2. Market Study for Woodchips, Saw Dust and Other Wood Products Including Furniture (demand and supply)
  • 2021
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    The projects initiated this year are 

    1. Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Communities Landscape Restoration (CFLR) Project
    2. Landscape Modelling and Planning in Selected Landscapes in the Chittagong Hill Tracts 
  • 2020
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    The project initiated this year is 

    1. USAID's Greening Environment through Livelihood Improvement and Forest Enrichment (GREENLIFE) Project
  • Where We Work

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    7+
    Partnerships
    5+
    Active Projects
    40+
    Total Projects
    20+
    Districts