African Network for Agriculture, Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAFE)
1993-04-19 Nairobi Kenya
19-21 Apr 1993, Nairobi (Kenya), as African Network for Agroforestry Education.
Promote and support multidisciplinary approach in the teaching of agriculture and natural resource management with special focus on agroforestry; strengthen content and delivery of tertiary education; facilitate linkage among education research, extension and local communities.
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General Members Workshop (every 4 years). Steering Committee for the continental network, consisting of 7 members from universities and colleges representing different regions. Regional Agroforestry Training (RAFTs) and education teams (4) (meet every 2 years), consisting of 6 members from universities and colleges in each region and the Coordinator of the regional agroforestry research programme. Coordination Unit, comprising Coordinator, based at ICRAF head office in Nairobi (Kenya), and 2 senior fellows who support activities in colleges and universities.
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