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  • Participatory Toolkit designed to support projects

    The Plan Vivo Participatory Toolkit has been published. It is designed to support project developers and participants when planning and implementing participatory approaches into Plan Vivo projects. Read more

  • Plan Vivo Annual Report 2022-2023

    The Plan Vivo Annual Report includes our latest impact and financial figures, key programme developments and strategies, and our aims for 2024 and beyond. Read the report here. Read more

  • Plan Vivo launch pioneering Biodiversity Standard

    After much anticipation, we are excited to officially launch our pioneering Biodiversity Standard, which is to be known as PV Nature. Read more

Insights from the field

  • Khasi Hills: reclaiming cultural heritage through community REDD+

    Hariprasad Radhakrishnan, an Intern at Plan Vivo, explores the role of the Khasi Hills community REDD+ project in reviving the community’s ancient practices, cultural heritage and harmony with nature. Read more

  • Ten years of Mikoko Pamoja

    2022 marked the 10th anniversary of Mikoko Pamoja, the first community-led mangrove conservation project funded through carbon credits. Robyn Shilland, Director at ACES, reflects on a decade of pioneering work and lessons learnt. Read more

  • Rethinking Mangrove Restoration: Planting or Natural Recovery?

    When it comes to mangrove restoration, should projects opt to replant or allow natural recovery? Hamish McGill reflects on his recent research, exploring the role of ecological mangrove restoration within Kenyan contexts. Read more