Existing political commitments on forests and forest peoples, focusing on the main standards under the UN Conference on Environment and Development and forest-related fauna.
We, the undersigned African civil society organizations, working on and interested in extractive sector issues have decided not to officially participate in the IFC consultative process for Africa, held on November 29 and 30, 2004 in Nairobi, Kenya because of insufficient time and information on the process.
Since 2002 the World Bank has been trying to promote a Participatory Forest Management (PFM) Project in the newly formed Jharkhand State in India.
Forest Alert IndiaSeptember 2004
19 March 2004
James D. Wolfensohn World Bank Group 1818 H Street, N.W. Washington DC 20433 USA Fax: +1 202 522 3031 Email: email@example.com
Dear President Wolfensohn,
The World Bank’s involvement in the Democratic Republic of Congo