As part of the MFF program, FMO have contracted the Palladium Group to deliver a 'learning, convening and influencing platform' (LCIP). Palladium are partnering with Systemiq to deliver this service.
The LCIP aims to increase the scale, in terms of size and impact, of investments in forests, sustainable land use (FSLU) and nature. The LCIP will do this by;
To help achieve these aims, the LCIP will seek to engage key stakeholders working or wishing to work in the forests and sustainable land use area and to understand and respond to their learning, knowledge and information needs. The LCIP are engaging stakeholders from the following groups – in approximate order of priority;
Through stakeholder consultation and research, 6 core learning theme categories have been identified;
Over the coming six months work will focus on continuing stakeholder consultation and delivering several high impact knowledge products and convening events.