IFFA Africa Conference

  • Published: 08.06.2015
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • The International Family Forestry Alliance (IFFA) organise the:

    African Farm/Family Forestry Producer Organizations Conference:
    Forestry for improved livelihoods

    9 - 11 JUNE 2015 -NAIROBI, KENYA

     

    The Conference will take place at Laico Regency hotel in Nairobi and a field trip will be organized 10 June.

    The Conference will gather nearly 100 representatives from African Forest Producer Organisations plus representatives from Kenya Forest Service, Kenya Research Institute, African Forest Forum and International Organisations.

    The Conference is co-organized by the International Family Forestry Alliance (IFFA), Forest & Farm Facility FAO (FFF), PEFC, Forest Action Network (FAN), FF-SPAK (Farm Forestry Smallholder Producers Association of Kenya) and a number of organisations financing their own participation such as FFF, WE Effect, VI Agroforestry, MTK-FFD/Agricord, Green Wall, FLEGT.

    Final concept note and program

    Invitation

    Background paper (English)

    Documentation (Francaise)

    Speech of Kenyan Minister

    Draft resolution

    Final resolution

    Lennart Ackzell's picture report

     

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