Best New Year Wishes for 2019

Dear Forest Friends

Best wishes for all of you for 2019

From IFFA, International Forestry Alliance

  • Published: 03.01.2019
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • Tags: #New Year  # FF Spak 
  • In the photo, you will see the Farm and Forestry mallholder Producers Association of Kenya (FF SPk) Board members and senior staff:

    From Left to right -Front Row,

    1. Nderitu Njoroge- Organising Secretary

    2. Zipporah Matumbi- Treasurer

    3. Geoffrey Wanyama- Executive Officer

    Back Row, Left to Right

    1. Charles Nyanjui- Chairman

    2. Clive Maragia- Secretary

    3. Edwin Kamau- Program Officer 

    4. Kennedy Simiyu- representative from We Effect

    5. Boaz Kiboi- Vicechairperson 

    At the beginning of this New Year, the members of the Board of IFFA would like to wish you, your colleagues and fellow family forest owners a productive and peaceful year ahead.

    2018 was a year of change for IFFA with the transfer of Secretariat responsibilities after many years of great service from the Norwegian Forest Owners Federation, to the Farm Forest Smallholder Producers Association of Kenya FF SPAK). The Board looks forward to this new working relationship as we strengthen the capacity of IFFA to act as the global voice of family forest owners.

    Best wishes for the new year from

    IFFA Chair

    Peter deMarsh

     

    Link to FF-Spak web site

     

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