Second Africa forest producer organisation Conference in Tanzania 25-29 September

Second Africa forest producer organisation Conference in Tanzania.Tanzania25-29 September 2017.

  • Published: 25.09.2017
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • Tags: #Conference  # Africa  # Forest producer organisations 
  • A draft concept note for the conference is being finalised, and a draft program is made. The conference will draw upont the experience from the first Africa forest producer conference organised in Kenya in 2015.

    The aim of the conference is to strengthening forest and farm producer organisations in a changing climate. During the  onference forest producer organisations will exchange experice on business, innovation, youth and Gender. The conference will be hosted by MVIWATA, the national network of farmers groups of Tanzania, and co-organisers will be : FFF, IFFA, AFECONET, We Effect, MTK/FFD, FF-SPAK,

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