The 3PRCL is a REDD+ project under the Ghana Cocoa Forest REDD+ Programme (GCFRP) that aims at addressing the drivers of deforestation and forest degradation in the Juabeso-Bia Landscape. The project seeks to develop and pilot a landscape-wide governance framework in the Western region’s Juabeso-Bia landscape. The consortium consists the Forestry Commission, COCOBOD, Touton, NCRC, Agro-Eco, SNV and Tropenbos Ghana. In collaboration with the Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH), local NGOs and CBOs, District Assemblies, and Traditional Authorities, the project provides farm-level support to 60,000 cocoa farmers to improve their livelihoods for the long-term. It will increase productivity in way that’s environmentally sustainable and develop incentive mechanisms for communities and cocoa farmers. Already, Service Providers are being trained and supported at Rural Service Centres. Here, farmers are able to access agro-services such as training and individual coaching on rehabilitation, productivity and intensification, as well access to finance — enabling them to diversify their livelihoods and enjoy greater food security. Service Providers, in turn, go on to engage the wider community with training and assistance in good agricultural practices, reducing encroachment and deforestation around the existing Krokosua and Bia forest.