Each year, during the General Assembly, delegates of each region nominate a Regional Representative (RR). He/She performs such duties as the following to promote the aims of the Association in the region:
- Maintain regular contacts with the members of the region
- Encourage and help forest students’ associations in the region to become a member of IFSA
- Assist the Direction in carrying out activities such as tracer studies in the region
- Encourage and promote activities such as working camps, seminars, forestry-related projects relevant to the region, etc.
So here you can find the RRs for each region, IFSA year 2017-2018:
North America is going to hold the most lit CARM of the century, we are on a mission to expand our LC’s aka Montana, hold monthly coffee hours and overall strengthen our LC’s and spread the knowledge and passion of IFSA to the best region in the world.
North America is going to hold the most lit CARM of the century, we are on a mission to expand our LC’s aka Montana, hold monthly coffee hours and overall strengthen our LC’s and spread the knowldge and passion of IFSA to the best region in the world.
Achieve greater communication and participation between the Latin America LCs and the IFSA family.
The main tasks as Regional Representative are being a communication bridge between IFSA7 and our Latin American LCs, and also involve more forestry-related students within IFSA family.
This year I want to expand on the great work of Kristjan and Darja. Setting up monthly coffee hours and helping organise a knockout NERM. I want to Strengthen our existing LC’s and get more involved!
Set up regional coffee hours, get some inactive LC’s active again, help organizing NERM and Forestry Versatility and possibly host Nordic Partnership Meeting.
As Regional representative for Southern Europe, I would like to stimulate and motivate people of my region to join IFSA world as much as possible because it is one of the best ways to improve knowledge and experience level got at university. Together with Eva, we will show them that IFSA is made by students for students and everyone can work to make it better.
As Southern European RR, together with Damiano I want to be there for our LCs! We will try and improve the communication in our region, encourage more connections between the LCs, deepen the partnership with other forestry organization in our region and most of all, have lots of fun!
Hello Friends, I will be the Northern Africa Regional Rep. for the year 2016-2017. My work is to motivate and maintain regular contact between IFSA and the various LC’s in the region and also to extand the tentacles of IFSA within the Region.
My name is Kayode Olupitan. I plan to begin a revolution in IFSA. To transform the Northern Africa region into a force to reckon with
After the Legacy of the biggest event ever hosted by forestry students,We though we can get more LC’s using this timeline as a reference and serve as a bridge to distribute information of IFSA opportunities in our LC.We are also going to engage with communities during our SARM and during special holidays related to forestry so that we spread Forestry especially to the schools in our sorrounding areas
As RR’s, it is our responsibility to gather more LC’s to join IFSA. We will spread the word of IFSA and inform universities and schools what IFSA is about. We would like to get West and East Africa to join IFSA and this will be possible through the communication link which already exists between our lecturers/professors and universities in Africa.
In this term, we will try to provide a strong and direct conversation method with Skype, Facebook, Whatsapp and Line etc. And will hold events all the LCs of our region can join so that we can break the wall which has been between our LCs. The wall can be cultural or verbal. Let’s get closer to each of us!
I think we’ll be the coolest APRRs of all time. We’ll serve as the bridge between the IFSA 7 and the LCs in our Region and we’ll be conducting activities and hold events that will strengthen the bond of different LCs, for them to feel connected with each other and to the IFSA world, and to give awareness to other people that IFSA exist. Last is to look for more cool potential LCs.