Fourth IFFA Forest Producer conference Successful

The Fourth Forest and farm producer organisation conference was organised by IFFA in Tanzania 28-29 September 2017. In the series of forest producer organisation conferences this was a follow up of the IFFA Americas’ in Mexico 2014, Africas’ in Kenya 2015, Asians’ in Thailand 2016 and now this 2nd Africas’ in Tanzania 2017.

  • Published: 16.11.2017
  • Published by: Lennart Ackzell
  • Tags: #Forest Produces organisation Conference Africa 
  • The IFFA team was Peter deMarsh, Canada, Dominic Walubengo, Kenya, and Lennart Ackzell, Sweden.

    The conference was co-organized by FFF, The Forest and Farm Facility  (a partnership between FAO, the International Institute for Environment and Development, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, and AgriCord) and the International Family Forestry Association (IFFA), Africa Forest Enterprises Connect Network (AFECONET), We Effect, Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners/Finnish Agri-agency for Food and Forest Development (MTK/FFD), Farm Forestry

    The IFFA team at the Tanzania conference was Peter deMarsh, Canada, Dominic Walubengo, Kenya, and Lennart Ackzell, Sweden.

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