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D.K. Mbugua

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Kenya Forest Service

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Kenya Forest Service

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Kenya Forest Service is a State Corporation established in February 2007 under the Forest Act 2005 to conserve,develop and sustainably manage forest resources for Kenya's social-economic development. The KFS management structure comprises 10 conservancies th...more

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Kenya Forest Service - Senior Officers Pass Out Parade at Emali

The officers pose for a photo with guest of honour Dr. Ben Chikamai, KEFRI Director and Mr. D.K. Mbugua, KFS Director after the passout parade.


Kenya Forest Service - ENCOM Senior Officers Hold Annual Workshop in Nyeri

On the first day of the symposium, the Director KFS, Mr. D. K. Mbugua graced the workshop and also conducted the official opening of the workshop.
n his remarks, he emphasized the need for KFS to employ (100) new officers who will be sourced from the 2500 strong force of rangers at KFS. He also highlighted why the Service saw the rationale to employ the Commandants as the need to bring in the experience they have acquired from the different departments of Armed and Civil forces they had previously worked for, which will help in molding the KFS Rangers into an enviable Force. Mr. Mbugua encouraged the Officers to lead in bridging the gap between the Enforcement Division and the Professional cadres for the common good of conserving the Natural Resources as a team. He said that the Basic Training of the Foresters was a step towards to integrating of the two teams from diverse backgrounds and philosophies of work into a team to forge forward. KFS Director, D.K. Mbugua makes his opening remarks and presentation The Commandants were mandated to act as the Public Relations Officers of the KFS to the outside world, and were therefore required to interrelate with other stakeholders/organizations with the common interest of protecting and conserving our forests. He also accepted the use of the new titles that the commandants came up for their offices and for the Londiani College's. The Commandants from the Conservancies will henceforth be referred to as Regional Commandants instead of Assistant Commandants. The Londiani College will be known as School of Paramilitary Training College (SPTC) whereas the Commandant of the School will be known as Commandant, SPTC Londiani.


Kenya Forest Service - KFS To Embark On Kshs. 250m Development Projects

Mr. John Njunge (right) of Apex Projects is all smiles after signing a contract with the KFS Director Mr. D.K. Mbugua (left) for construction of a new hospitality Centre and rehabilitation of existing buildings at Kenya Forestry College, Londiani.


Kenya Forest Service - South Sudan delegation visit the KFS headquarters

The officials were hosted by the KFS Director, Mr. D.K. Mbugua together with other senior staff.
The KFS Director, Mr. D.K. Mbugua giving a presentation during the meeting.


Kenya Forest Service - The Eastern Regime National Tree Planting Launched in Taita Taveta County

Speaking during the launch, the KFS Director, D.K. Mbugua, thanked all stakeholders for working together with KFS to promote sustainable forest conservation and management in the country.
He also encouraged all Kenyans to embrace commercial tree planting for wealth creating and livelihood support.


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