University: Federal University of Technology
Faculty: Department Of Forestry and Wood Technology
Address: P.M.B , F.U.T
ZIP code: 34001
FORESTAN Forestry Students Association of Nigeria
University: University of Agriculture Makurdi (UAM)
Faculty: Department of Forestry
Address: P.M.B 2373 Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria
ZIP code: 9730001
FOTSA - Forestry Technology Students' Association
University: Federal College of Forestry
Address:P.M.B 5057 Dugbe, Oyo State
ZIP code: 200263
UFSA UNILORIN - UNILORIN Forestry Student Association
University: University of Ilorin
Department: Department of Forest Resources Management
Address :PMB 1515 Ilorin Kwara State
NARSA - Natural Resources Students' Association
University: University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR)
Department: School of Natural Resources
Address: P.O.BOX 214, Berekum Rd City:Sunyani, Fiapre
ZIP Code: 233
RENARSA KNUST - Renewable Natural Resources Students' Association
University: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Address: Private Mail Bag, Knust Kumasi, Ghana
Natural Resources management Students’ Association (NaRMSA)
University: Njala University
Faculty: School of Natural Resources Management
Address:Private Mail Bag, Freetown, Njala, Southern Region, Njala
ZIP Code: 01
Together with Lioba, I am in charge of ensuring a good coordination between IFSA World and the LCs of Southern Europe. We want this year to have a better cooperation with Northern Europe and we plan for example to organize common video meetings. But that is only one of our projects and we have many others.
My position’s main task is to connect members of Asia Pacific Region with the entire IFSA. I would like to enhance the communication between LCs and encourage them to be more involved with us. I also will assist the members to use their opportunities as IFSA’s member as much as possible.
As the Asia Pacific Regional Representative, I will serve as the main connection between the Asia Pacific Region and the whole IFSA. I will ensure the progress and betterment of my region and make sure that we remain active. It is also my job to nurture and develop the LCs within my region.
Working within Capacity Development Commission, the Forestry Education and Training Sub-Commission works to advance both formal and informal education, learning and professional development opportunities for IFSA officials, members, and the wider forestry community.
I am part of the IFSA-family since couple of years and I strongly believe in the power of the IFSA network and I want to facilitate multi-actors in reaching the IFSA strategy globally and locally by supporting and developing cross-sectoral learning, training and related activities. I will support and build trust within and across the five sub-commissions, and other IFSA members, making sure to enhance collaboration and transparency. I would make sure our members would receive support, not only today but also in the future. I will do my best to seek and invest my time in overlooking the activities of the Capacity Development Commission and in reaching the IFSA strategy, together.
My role is to harness the potential of Social Media to spread the word of ifsa and strengthen the collaboration of IFSA with its partners through effective dissemination of information. My key goals for the year would be to make sure every IFSA member is aware about the opportunities and happenings in IFSA, to administrate the creation & publishing of relevant, high-quality content, and to plan and promote specific, timely social media campaigns.
Our plan this year is to build up a new strategy to increase the activeness of the Northern African Region and to establish partnership’s for the Region.
It is a privilege to serve with Sarah Sansa to move the region to a greater heights through increase in Membership and activeness while also promoting partnership in the region. Ensure that NARM 2019 is organised successfully.
In my tenure serving as a new Head of Projects and Grants Sub Commission, I intend to empathize Participation at local committee level.To increase participation in IFSA projects, to boost their funding and to enhance their inclusion in IFSA activities in general.
This year I would like to reactivate the Southern European LCs by involving them in various specific projects. With my RR partner Lison we have many ideas to connect closer to other regions and offer more opportunities for members to join events and get the most out of IFSA’s opportunities!