The Fifth AFR100 Annual Partnership Meeting will bring together leadership from 31 partner countries, restoration champions, private sector representatives, and technical experts to Kigali, Rwanda from May 25 to 29. They will be joined by virtual participants May 26-28. The African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) is a Pan-African initiative to restore 100 million hectares of land by 2030.
To date, 31 African countries have pledged to restore 128 million hectares through the AFR100 Initiative and the Bonn Challenge, surpassing the commitment goal. Twenty-eight technical and 13 financial partners are supporting AFR100.
The Initiative is owned and led by Africa: The African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) is the AFR100 Secretariat and African stakeholders — from community leaders and smallholder farmers, to government representatives at all levels and investors — drive the agenda.
Learn more about this exciting partnership here and register above to participate in the meeting virtually via Zoom.
We recommend that virtual attendees sign up for all plenary sessions from May 26 to 28, along with one "Breakout 1" and one "Breakout 2" session on May 27.