A share of the payment, i.e. 3 USD per tonne (or approximately 1 USD per tree) is allocated to the villagers. They have a designated account with CAFACA in Cambodia and CIDI in Uganda from which they get paid every year. We pay according to how much their trees have grown. And this we measure by visiting and measuring (see FAQ on verification). Then another part goes towards the annual reporting of tree growth and social conditions in the villages, as they relate to the trees. This involves our verification expert and local staff visiting each location. They count and measure the trees, interview the local people and write reports. Average time spent is about 2 person-days per location. Another share of the income goes to pay our staff, and if the sale has happened through an associate, then there will be commission for that person or company. If any money is left we use it to expand the operation into another country, or another region within a large country. We do not pay out dividends to any shareholders.