Africa AFOLU Community of Practice

The AFOLU (Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use) Community of Practice in Africa focuses on facilitating peer to peer exchange, providing training and technical assistance and sharing best practices on:

  1. agroforestry action as a driver of socioeconomic development and emission reduction
  2. linking agricultural production with small-scale energy sources to enable socio-economic development and emission reductions
  3. analytical approaches to assess greenhouse gas emissions and socioeconomic development impact of actions across the energy and agriculture sector through integrating models and translating approaches into policies and actions.

Participating countries to date: Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Mozambique, and Zambia

How to join: Please email and



Africa AFOLU
Activity Timeline
Online moderated session on linking agricultural production with small-scale energy generation June
Online moderated discussion on agroforestry action August
Case studies development September
Case studies development May-June
In person regional training October
Online moderated discussion on translating AFOLU analysis to concrete policy and actions December
Sharing of resources and access to advisory support March-December
Lessons learned report December


Photo by Neil Palmer (CIAT)