1. Providing education and training in Social Forestry to UNMUL faculty members and students, to the public and private sector organizations in order to gain basic skills and knowledge of Social Forestry and related disciplines.
2. Conducting research in Social Forestry to better understand issues related to the sustainability of forests and impact on communities.
3. Assisting local communities to better manage their forests and forest resources for their own benefits and all at once benefits to other stakeholders.
4. Assisting government, private companies, and other organizations to formulate policies and develop community programs that lead to effective management and sustainability of the forests and mutual benefits to all forest stakeholders.
5. Building up networking and fostering good relationships, collaborations and partnerships with related institutions, agencies, forest communities, and other forest stakeholders through both direct contacts and other possible means

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