In the early 1960s, Manda Airport was constructed as a landing strip for colonial administrators, and it presently serves smaller planes from the National Police Service, the Kenya Defence Forces, Kenya Wildlife Service, Kenya Forest Service and civilian aircraft.
What does KFS stand for?
KFS stands for Kenya Forest Service (Kenya)
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We have 55 other meanings of KFS in our Acronym Attic
- Koobi Fora Research Project (Kenya)
- Kingdom of Fife Railway Preservation Society (UK)
- Kaska Forest Resources Stewardship Council (Canada)
- Killing Frost
- Kenya Federation of Registered Trade Unions
- Kansas Federation of Republican Women
- Field-Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity
- Kanagawa Freedom Singers (Japan)
- Keane Federal Systems, Inc.
- Kernel File System
- Key Factor for Success
- King Features Syndicate (Hearst Corporation)
- Klamath Falls (Amtrak station code; Klamath Falls, OR)
- Klippel-Feil Syndrome
- Knife, Fork, Spoon (piece of military kit carried on web belt)
- Korea Forest Service (Daejeon City, South Korea)
- Kansas Farm Service Agency
- Kansas Farmers Service Association (est. 1947)
- Korean Federation of Small Business
Samples in periodicals archive:
Several consultative meetings between conservation partners, led by Kenya Wildlife Service and the Kenya Forest Service, brought together stakeholders like the African Wildlife Foundation, the Amboseli Ecosystem Trust, and also the Ministry of Tourism, water management bodies, the Kenya Investment Authority, the Attorney GeneralOs office, and group ranch owners representatives.
The project is done in collaboration with the Kenya Wildlife Service, with the support of the Kenya Forest Service.
Alfred Gichu, a Senior Assistant Director and Head of climate change response programmes at Kenya Forest Service (KFS), and Kenya's National Focal Point for REDD Projects adds, "KFS is very pleased that Kenya is pioneering in the efforts to utilize REDD as a tool to protect and restore our valued forest resources, while bringing significant financial and environmental benefits to the poorest sectors of our rural population.
The Kenya Forest Service has also sent more rangers to Mau so that families who leave the country's largest source of water do not return.
After approval from the Kenya Forest Service, the project is now waiting for nods from Nema and the Energy Regulatory Commission.
Later the delegation attended a workshop in Nyeri at which the directors of the Kenya Wildlife Service, the Kenya Forest Service and the Rhino Ark outlined the success of the fence project as a blueprint for the management of forest ecosystems in Kenya.