Tag: # Organisation
IFFA Forest Producer Organisation Africa 2 Conference
Strong women participation at the Africa 2 Conference
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.
Tanzania forest producer declaration
The Africa 2 Forest producer organisation conference in Tanzania approved a declaration with acclamation. In the declaration the participants pointed at important issues, made commitments and called upon actions from governments and international partner organisation.
Over 150 In IFFA Africa 2 Forest Producer Conference
Second Pan-African forest and farm producer organisations conference on exchanging experiences on business, innovation, youth and gender took place in Morogoro, Tanzania 28-29th of September 2017.
Declaration from the Africa 2 Conference
The Africa 2 Forest Producer organisation conference in Tanzania 28-19 September 2017 approved a declaration by acclamation.
The declaration contains commitments by the participants and their call for action from governments and international partner organisations.
Second Africa forest producer organisation Conference in Tanzania 25-29 September
Second Africa forest producer organisation Conference in Tanzania.Tanzania25-29 September 2017.
Second Africa forest producer organisation Conference in Tanzania.
A Second Africa forest producer organisation Conference will be organised in Tanzania25-29 September 2017.
Organisations make small-holders actors
-Rural people, smallholders and communities must be seen as actors, and organisations make them actors.
The International Family Forestry Alliance, IFFA, is a non-governmental, no-profit organisation registered in Washington DC.
Asia Forest Producer Organisations' Conference
Bangkok, Thailand 2016, read more
Asia forest producer strategy
-Recognise the key role of forest and farm producer organisations, secure land tenure, climate change threat, empowering small holder organisations and partnerships with government and international donors.
Producer organisations call governments
- Governments must provide financing, reduce legal barriers, recognise legal rights, improve land tenure, promote education and fairly implement laws in due consideration of local people.