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The Kenya Forestry Research Institute was established in 1986 under the science and Technology Act (Chapter 250) to carry out research in
forestry and allied natural resources. The institute has eight research and development programes namely; Farm Forestry,Natural Forests,Dryland
Forests,Industrial Forest Plantations,Technology Dissemination & Service Programme,Partnership & Networks Tree Seed,Corporate
Affairs,Enterprise Office.

The institute also has 5 support programmes namely; Administration Division, Human Resource Division, Accounts Division, Supplies Division and
The Enterprise Office.



Publications 2012-2013

Comparative Analysis of Sawing Systems

Current link for submission of abstracts - IUFRO World Congress 2014
  
Questionnaire to users of KEFRI, KFS and Ministry of F&W Website

KEFRI SRBS Annual Report   

  Mandate, Vision, Mission & Core Values

The Mandate of KEFRI is to:

    * Conduct research in forestry;

    * Disseminate research findings;

Goal and Strategic Objectives
Vision 2030 recognizes the role of Science, Technology and Innovations
(STI) in socio-economic transformation of Kenya.


 
Achievements
The research achievements achieved by the institute in the recent past.
KEFRI Strategic Plan 
KEFRI's stategic plan is aligned to match and enable Kenya to acheive vision 2030, and the global Millenium Development Goal 7 of Ensuring Environmental Sustainalbility.
 
KEFRI Facebook Account
KEFRI Twitter Account


 

Kenya Forestry Research Institute is ISO 14001:2004 EMS Certified

KENYA FORESTRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
P.O Box 20412 - 00200 Nairobi
Tel: +254-724-259781/2, +254-722-157414 Wireless +254-2010651/2
Fax 254-20-2386353
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