The development of an organised private sector in forestry, including the identification and promotion of Public Private Partnership (PPP) models for all-inclusive, forest compatible development and sustainable livelihoods support can potentially revive the Zimbabwean economy which has been affected by hyperinflation, among other factors. In terms of private sector development, Zimbabwe had nurtured a vibrant and organised forest plantation system until 2000. The sector is regulated by the Forestry Commission and the Timber Producer’s Federation (TPF). The TPF ensures that best practices are adopted.