Institutional Information

The RRI Coalition is formed by a group of core Partners who work in areas of their regional and thematic expertise. They also engage with over 150 local Collaborators who participate in and support RRI activities.

Our Partner and Collaborator organizations are directly engaged in land and forest policy reforms in close to 20 countries throughout Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Together, we work to encourage greater global commitment and action towards policy, market, and legal reforms that secure the rights of Indigenous Peoples, Afro-descendant Peoples, and local communities to own, control, and benefit from natural resources, especially land and forests. Learn more about RRI’s Partners and Collaborators.

RRI’s Framework Agreement

RRI undertakes a collective process every five years to define its coalition’s strategic framework. See our current and most recent 5-year strategic programs below:

Independent Monitoring and Evaluation

As part of our governance and coordination, an Independent Monitor conducts the annual independent evaluation of the RRI program. The Independent Monitor is responsible for monitoring all RRI activities and providing recommendations for adjustments in the strategic approach and/or Coalition functioning. Annual reports from RRI’s Independent Monitor can be accessed below:

2018 / 2017 / 2016 / 2014 / 2013 / 2012 / 2011 / 2010 / 2009 / 2008

An independent midterm evaluation of RRI activities and impacts is conducted for every strategic plan of RRI. Past evaluations are accessible below:

Annual Logframe Reporting

Annual statements summarizing the yearly business and affairs of the Initiative and its annual activities are available to the public. Access them below:

2022 / 2021 / 2020 / 2019 / 2018201720162015201420132012201120102009200820072006

Annual Narrative Reports

A brief snapshot of some of the Coalition’s successes:

2023 / 2022

RRI’s Memorandum of Understanding & Concept Note

MOU / Concept Note

In French: MOU / Concept Note

In Spanish: MOU / Concept Note

Grant Agreements

Grant agreement #GLO-4226 QZA-16/0166 between the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) and the Rights and Resources Initiative, “Promoting Forest Tenure and Governance Reforms as Pre-requisites to the effective implementation of REDD+ under the Rights and Resources Initiative Framework Proposal” can be found here.

Grant agreement QZA-0761 QZA-17/0291 between Norad and RRI regarding the International Land and Forest Tenure Facility can be found here.

In 2017, a sub-agreement was granted to the Samdhana Institute (Samdhana) in Indonesia for the project Forest and Land Tenure, and Governance for Equitable Development: Closing the Gap between Commitment and Realization. The value of the agreement was NOK 918 067 or $111,000 USD.

Audited Financial Statements

Rights and Resources Group (RRG), the 501 c(3) nonprofit coordinating mechanism of the Rights and Resources Initiative, has been entrusted by our supporters with financial resources to work toward the mission and goals of the Initiative. To justify this trust, RRG is committed to being an effective steward of these resources to put them to the most effective use in our work.

Rights and Resources Group documents our effective stewardship by undertaking an annual independent audit of our financial accounts. To demonstrate our commitment to financial accountability and transparency, our annual Audited Financial Statements are available below:

2022 / 2021 / 2020 / 2019 / 2018 / 2017 / 2016 / 2015 / 2014 / 2013 / 2012 / 2011 / 2010 / 2009 / 2008 / 2007 / 2006

IRS Annual Information Return

All US-based tax-exempt charitable organizations must file an Annual Information Return to the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which documents the revenue, expenses, activities, and governance of the organization. These are available for public inspection at the US Internal Revenue Service, and must also be made available to any member of the public that requests a copy. To meet this requirement, and to demonstrate full transparency and accountability, Rights and Resources Group makes these available below:

2022 / 2021 / 2020 / 2019 / 2018 / 2017 / 2016 / 2015 / 2014 / 2013 / 2012 / 2011 / 2010 / 2009 / 2008 / 2007 / 2006

RRI’s Annual Work Plans

2024: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2023: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2022: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2021: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2020: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2019: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2018: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2017: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2016: Strategic Priorities and Work Plans

2015:
Strategic Priorities for 2015
Global Programs Work Plan
Africa Work Plan
Latin American Work Plan
Asia Work Plan

2014:
RRI Strategic Priorities for 2014
RRI Global Programs 2014 Work Plan
RRI Africa 2014 Work Plan
RRI Latin America 2014 Work Plan
RRI Asia 2014 Work Plan

2013:
RRI Strategic Priorities for 2013
RRI Global Programs 2013 Work Plan
RRI Africa 2013 Work Plan
RRI Latin America 2013 Work Plan
RRI Asia 2013 Work Plan

2012:
RRI Strategic Priorities for 2012
RRI Global Programs 2012 Work Plan
RRI Africa 2012 Work Plan
RRI Latin America 2012 Work Plan
RRI Asia 2012 Work Plan

2011:
RRI Strategic Priorities for 2011
RRI Global Programs 2011 Work Plan
RRI Africa 2011 – 2012 Work Plan
RRI Latin America 2011 – 2012 Work Plan
RRI Asia 2011 – 2012 Work Plan

2010:
RRI Strategic Priorities for 2010
Global Programs 2010 Work Plan
RRI Africa 2010 – 2012 Work Plan
RRI Latin America 2010 – 2012 Work Plan
RRI Asia 2010 – 2012 Work Plan