The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC)

The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC) envisions a future where the people of the Asia Pacific region live equitably and sustainably, in and alongside thriving forests and healthy, resilient landscapes.

Infonomic supported RECOFTC in the re-development of its regional and country program website including an institutional-class document repository designed to house 30 years of RECOFTC publications and knowledge.

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SERVIR-Mekong is a geospatial data-for-development program that responds to the needs of Lower Mekong countries. Infonomic was engaged to create the SERVIR-Mekong website, including document repository and specialized catalogues. Infonomic worked with SERVIR-Mekong from the initial concept, through to draft sketches, site build, and successful launch.

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Infonomic developed a 'dashboard' web-based database application for Winrock International for the monitoring and evaluation of activities in the Asia’s Innovative Farmers Project. The database accommodates all of the project’s data requirements for reporting to USAID and assists Winrock International in tracking program activities related to twelve agricultural innovations, including trials, trainings, events, workshops, case studies and seminars. Data is entered and queried in Thailand, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Nepal.


The mission of The Center for Civil Society and Nonprofit Management (CSNM) at Khon Kaen University is to create a strong civil society that works toward building a more equitable, just, and inclusive society. The center needed a bright and inspiring website to promote the aims of the organization, as well as provide access to free and open online curricula.

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Land Use Policy

The Infonomic design team regularly produces top quality designs for web and print, including project identity, branding, and collateral marketing material. Shown here is an illustrated land use policy document created for the USAID LEAF project.

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The USAID Lowering Emissions in Asia's Forests (USAID LEAF) program engaged regional governments, forestry and climate mitigation specialists and universities to help improve forest and land management. The program's goal is to strengthen the capacity of countries to achieve meaningful and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from the forestry-land use sector.

Infonomic redeveloped the USAID LEAF website, including the reorganization of all USAID LEAF publications, and the development of an online version of the USAID LEAF Climate Change Ccurriculum, which can now be found here at RECOFTC's Online Learning Area.

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