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Forest service trains communities on forest conservation,

The Kenya Forest Service senior deputy chief conservator Charity Munyasya said they have rolled out training to partners so as to add more knowledge to all key players. She said since 2005 when the Community Forests Associations were formed, they had grown with officials and members being enlightened in bits on forestry issues. The CFA members have never let us down. When they were formed, some did not know anything about forestry, but the trainings to enlighten them have helped them a lot. They have grown so much, they can teach, they now understand the need to protect forests, trees and the environment” she said. Munyasya was speaking on Saturday when she closed a week-long training on Participatory Forest Management (PFM) dubbed 'National Dialogue with CFA members', and attended by CFA members drawn from different regions of the country. The KFS had partnered with the National Alliance of Community Forest Associations (NACOFA), Nature Kenya and Kenya Forestry Research Institute to enlighten the CFA. https://www.the-star.co.ke/counties/central/2024-02-11-forest-service-trains-communities-on-forest-management/

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  • George Kariuki

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    This initiative showcases a promising approach to forest conservation in Kenya.

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    • winnie nguru

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      When change begins at the grassroot you can be sure it will be impactful and it will last. This is so good of KFS!

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      • Gorffly mokua

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        This is really a great initiative, no one should be left behind! Information is power.💚👏

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        • We Don't Have Time

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          • Rashid Kamau

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            A better way to provide numerous benefits to local communities, wildlife, and the environment.

            • Chris Ndungu

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              This will help to create a positive mentality to people on the importance of conserving the environment; indeed it is an importance awareness to many.

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              • dickson mutai

                9 w

                With collaborative efforts like this, its good that they are equipping local partners with knowledge and tools needed to protect forest resources

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                • Princess

                  9 w

                  Training communities on forest conservation is a positive initiative.

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                  • Tabitha Kimani

                    9 w

                    Raising awareness on environmental conservation plays a great role.

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                    • walter lungayi

                      9 w

                      This is a positive initiative that can help empower communities to actively participate in preserving and protecting their forests for future generations.

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                      • Jane Wangui

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                        @walter_lungayi Could such a curriculum be included in the education system for the young ones??

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                      • Felix mokaya

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                        This is incredibly great !We want leaders like charity who are in support of green energy .Forest conservation should be a priority to everyone

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                        • Elizabeth Gathigia

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                          This is great initiative that will help alot in creating awareness of how to take care of the trees and more so to protect the forest

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                          • Gorffly mokua

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                            @elizbeth_gathigia Such initiative should be on a regular basis to create awareness everywhere.

                          • Joseph Githinji

                            9 w

                            Information is power, this training will go a long way in creating awareness on the importance of taking care of our forests.

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                            • Jane Wangui

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                              @joseph_githinji This is good.Sometimes people become ignorant simply because they do not have enough knowledge on how to approach situations.

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                              • Gorffly mokua

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                                @joseph_githinji True, correct information can make a world a better place.

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