GROWING FOR FRAGRANCES AND FOR BEES
The World Heritage Program is linked to IPF Research Center that centralises worldwide research while allowing the protection of the forest by its inhabitants in making them aware of its many resources and their use for their own growth.
The World Heritage Program
The World Heritage Program involves initially studying the forest habitat and then teaching communities to grow, cultivate and harvest flowers, plants and herbs for their own benefit.
The World Heritage Program is an example of the implementation of the principles of the CDB (Convention on biological diversity, Summit of Rio 1992). These projects are put in place in collaboration with local NGOs, International Institutions (IUCN, FAO, UNEP, UNESCO), local Universities and local Environment Ministries.
All projects are built with the same pattern to be easily replicated.
Project 1: Sustainable Aquilaria Planting - Protecting and replanting Aquilaria to preserve the highest quality Agarwood and Oud fragrance materials through sustainable farming of Aquilaria trees within Far East countries.
Project 2: The Green Wall Africa - Supporting efforts made globally in replanting plants to slow the desert expansion due to climate change in Africa.
Project 3: Gorilla Research Centre- Studying which plants and herbs gorillas smell and eat to heal themselves while allowing local population to develop awareness about land heritage, allowing them to grow plants and create their own wealth.
Project 4: Malaysia Rainforest- studying the use of plants made by the Temiar People in the Temiar forest.
These research centres, which will bring the opportunity to the region, are pilot projects and will be replicated in many part of the world to teach local population to protect their forest in showing them how precious they are for them, allowing them to develop sustainable products and services for their own benefits.